And the media said that the plane of the Kuwaiti Prime Minister, Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, made contact with a runway as he was leaving the Glasgow Climate Summit “Cop26” in Scotland.
A video clip published by the media showed the moment the plane's tail rubbed against a runway as it left the Glasgow climate summit "Cop26" in Scotland.
Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah traveled to Prestwick Airport on October 31, 2021, was disembarked at the airport, and then proceeded to the climate talks in Glasgow; While his plane was heading to Birmingham.
The media reported that 22-year-old Daniel Sander of Prestwick caught the embarrassing moment of the official plane, a Boeing 737-900, when it skidded on the tarmac as it was departing.
"The plane left for Birmingham," Daniel said. "It went up and usually flies at a certain angle, but it was very steep."
He added, "The tail hit the runway... if it had been sharper, it would have been more than just a blow."
He continued, "It could mean that the fuselage will be damaged, so it may not be able to continue the flight safely. It could be something very dangerous."
And the media indicated that it was clear that the plane was not damaged in the accident and landed in Birmingham as scheduled.