Seattle airport: Cargo plane overshoots stop point

A Seattle-Tacoma International Airport spokeswoman says a cargo plane landing in snowy Seattle overshot its runway stopping point.

Spokeswoman Terri-Ann Betancourt says cargo planes typically carry a crew of two or three people. No injuries were reported in the incident Monday afternoon.

The spokeswoman says the China Airlines Boeing 747 arriving from New York overshot the runway's designated stopping point by about 100 feet but still stopped on concrete in the runway's safety area.

She says the plane was able to make its own way to the cargo area. The cause of the problem is under investigation.

She says the Seattle-Tacoma airport is otherwise operating normally.

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SEATTLE (AP) — A Seattle-Tacoma International Airport spokeswoman says a cargo plane landing in snowy Seattle overshot its designated stopping point.

Spokeswoman Terri-Ann Betancourt says two or three people were aboard. No injuries were reported.

She says the plane landed on concrete, and traveled farther than its normal stopping point. She says it was able to make its own way to the cargo area.

The spokeswoman says it's not certain what caused the plane to overshoot the mark.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer says the plane was a China Airlines Boeing 747-400 arriving from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.