A fire on a small commercial aircraft at San Antonio International Airport has left the status of all inbound and outbound flights up in the air as both runways for large jets at the airport have been temporarily shut down.
No one was injured when the aircraft reported its wheels caught fire at about 8:46 a.m. on Saturday, Evelynn Bailey, an airport spokeswoman said.
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