Kansas-bound Southwest Airlines makes emergency landing at Tulsa

 Saturday, June 30, 2018 


Southwest AirlinesAn aircraft of Southwest Airlines bound for Kansas City from Dallas was compelled to opt for an emergency landing at Tulsa International Airport on Friday morning.


Tulsa Fire Department mentioned that the flight crew had mentioned that a fuel warning light had come so the pilots had declared an emergency and diverted to Tulsa International Airport.


The flight was made a perfectly safe landing around 8.25 a.m.


The Boeing 737 was carrying 142 people and had taken off around 7 a.m. from Love Field in Dallas en route to Kansas City.


A spokesperson for Southwest mentioned that maintenance is going to check out a reading on the one gauge that failed to match the others.


Protocol requires an “emergency” declaration when an aircraft has to deviate from its flight plan and make an unscheduled landing, the airlines said in a statement.


The official statement concluded asserting that they would work with their customers who have any issues created by the delayed arrival in Kansas City.


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