Air Canada flight makes emergency landing in Halifax

An Air Canada Flight from Orlando made an emergency landing in Halifax Saturday after experiencing landing gear problems.

CBC News reports that Halifax Fire and Emergency Services responded to the Halifax Stanfield International Airport around 3:30 p.m. to a report that that the plane's landing gear wasn't descending properly.

Air Canada said in a statement to CBC that the plane, which was travelling from Orlando to Halifax, got two flat tires during the landing, while a spokesperson said no further details about damage to the plane could be provided.

No injuries were reported.

CBC reports one of the airport's two runways was closed until approximately 5 p.m. to allow the plane to be towed to the gate and inspected for potential damage.

~ With files from CBC News.