A SpiceJet aircraft on Saturday damaged runway edge lights after landing, forcing airport authorities to suspend operations for more than half-an-hour.
The incident, involving the SpiceJet flight from Hyderabad, happened late in the evening.
An airport official said the plane while taxiing after landing damaged a few runway lights. As the runway was closed from 2247 hours to 2328 hours, at least ten flights were diverted.
The flight SG 1238 was operated with a Q400 aircraft.
"During the landing roll, the aircraft veered off to the left and was aligned to the central line by the pilot. It taxied normally to the bay...However, four-runway lights got damaged," a SpiceJet spokesperson said in a statement.
All the passengers and baggage were deplaned in a normal manner. There was no damage to the aircraft, the spokesperson said.
During the closure of the runway, 8 flights were diverted to Chennai and one each to Trichy and Coimbatore, according to the airport official.