A Delta Air Lines Boeing 737 slid off a taxiway at Detroit Metropolitan Airport early this morning (Dec. 23).
No one was hurt in the incident, which comes as a major storm has moved across much of the nation during the height of the busy pre-Christmas travel schedule.
Just last Monday, another Delta aircraft—a Boeing 737-800—slid off a snowy taxiway at Wisconsin's Dane County Regional Airport.
Today's mishap involves Delta Flight 2283, which was bound for Atlanta before it slid off a taxiway and into a grassy area around 6:40 a.m. ET. Delta spokesman Morgan Durrant tells The Associated Press the aircraft may "may have hit some black ice."