Southwest Airlines to make an Emergency landing by ‘Unruly’
A Southwest Airlines flight lost access to one of its engines after departure from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Saturday morning.
Southwest Airlines confirmed that the plane landed without problems or injuries after an issue with the number two engine and was taken out of service for review, and all passengers were safely transferred to another aircraft.
According to a YouTube recreation of the event, there were approximately 117 people onboard, including the crew. According to Southwest, the passengers were transferred to another plane to complete the flight.
Southwest unruly passenger
An “unruly” passenger forced a Southwest Airlines flight to Ohio to make an emergency landing, sending another flier to the hospital,And he was admitted to the hospital for his treatment.
The plane landed around 3.30 pm. local time after “the crew declared an emergency due to a passenger health disturbance.”A spokesperson for the airline said the incident involved “unruly and reprehensible behavior by a passenger”.
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Twitter – A Southwest Airlines flight bound from Houston, Texas, to Columbus, Ohio, was forced to make an emergency landing in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Saturday due to a passenger disturbance.
A Southwest Airlines flight bound from Houston, Texas, to Columbus, Ohio, was forced to make an emergency landing in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Saturday due to a passenger disturbance. https://t.co/VO9XGNbOBl— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 27, 2022