Sun, Jul 15, 2007
JFK-SEA Flight Diverts to Chicago
A Delta Air Lines flight heading to Seattle from New York was
forced to make an emergency landing Friday night in Chicago, after
the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit.
Delta spokesman Andy McDill told The Associated Press the flight
with 181 passengers and crew onboard made a "precautionary" landing
at 10:06 pm.
No one was injured, and passenger were put on a later flight to
Mechanics are now inspecting the Boeing 757-200.
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