Photo of Saab 340b, the type of plane involved in Wednesday’s incident at the Wollaston Lake airport. Photo courtesy of Saab.

Transwest Air is confirming one of its passenger planes experienced two flat tires while landing on a northern Saskatchewan runway yesterday.

The incident took place at the Wollaston Lake airport shortly after 4 p.m.

In a statement, Transwest Air says the flight crew followed proper procedures and safely completed the landing.

The company says all passengers got off the twin-engine turboprop while it remained disabled on the runway.

A maintenance flight carrying certified engineers and replacement parts was sent to Wollaston Lake.

The company says the plane was fully repaired and able to resume its scheduled route by 10:18 p.m.

Transwest Air has begun an investigation.