DALLAS, Texas – An American Airlines flight that took off in Tulsa made an emergency landing in Dallas Wednesday morning.
The flight crew of Flight 1060, a twin engine Boeing 737, reported smoke in the cabin, after taking off in Tulsa at about 6:40 a.m.
The flight landed safely at DFW, its scheduled destination, at about 7:55 a.m.
American Airlines released a statement saying:
“American Airlines Flight 1060 from Tulsa to Dallas Fort-Worth experienced a mechanical issue – an odor in the cockpit.
The aircraft, a Boeing 737, with 158 passengers and a crew of 6, landed safely and taxied to the gate without incident.
Our maintenance team is evaluating the aircraft.” – Linda Brock.
Tulsa city councilor Phil Lakin, whose family member was on board, sent a photo to News On 6 showing firefighters on the plane after it landed.
No injuries were reported.
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