All tyres of the right wheel of a Thai Airways plane blasted during landing at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka on Tuesday.
The incident caused suspension of flight operations at the airport for more than two hours, reports UNB.
However, no causality was reported.
Senior assistant superintend of airport armed police Ziaul Haq was quoted to have said that the Thai Airways flight from Bangkok landed safely around 12:21pm.
The flight operations resumed around 2:33pm and a flight of jet Airways took off safely around 2:33pm, he added.
All the passengers were safely evacuated from the plane, he added.
The incident took place when the right wheel of the aircraft veered off the runway for a while but was steered back on the track instantly, said AKM Rezaul Karim, public relations officer of Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh.
"But all the tyres of its right wheel blasted," he said.
However, it taxied perfectly and came to the stand on time, he further said.
"The skidding caused mud and grasses spoiling parts of the runway, forcing the civil aviation authority to shut down the flight operation for a while, he added.