A runway at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport was briefly shut down late Wednesday morning after a Delta flight from San Juan landed with a blown tire.

Kathleen Bergen, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration, told the AJC that Flight 418, a Boeing 757, landed around 11 a.m. on Runway 27R.

The runway was closed for about 20 minutes while the plane was moved.

The FAA was reported no flight delays because of the incident.

Tuesday evening, firefighters in Sacramento, Calif., responded to a Southwest Airlines flight in distress after two tires blew on the runway Tuesday evening, leaving the jet and its passengers grounded.

The left main tires blew at about 6:15 p.m. as Southwest flight 2287 was departing for Seattle, Sacramento International Airport spokeswoman Laurie Slothower said.

Southwest Airlines spokeswoman Katie McDonald said the pilot quickly aborted the takeoff and emergency crews were called in to hose down the 737 as a precautionary measure. They later set up a portable stairway to let the 130 passengers off the plane.

“I want to stress that there were no injuries tonight, and the tires never caught on fire,” Slothower said.

McDonald said all passengers were being booked onto other flights.

The Associated Press contributed to this article.