Published on : Friday, February 9, 2018
The flight that had taken off from Fort Lauderdale to Boston had to be diverted to Charleston International airport. And it had asked to make a landing after a smell had been detected on the flight deck according to an airport spokeswoman named Charlene Gunnells.
The airport authorities have also confirmed that the flight landed safely around 6.30 p.m. and passengers were able to ‘deplane normally’ as per Morgan Johnston who is the corporate communications manager for the airline.
The passengers would then be accommodated on an alternative flight, as has also been added by the authorities of the aircraft.