A Delta plane from Manchester made an emergency landing at Logan International Airport in Boston on Friday morning.
Delta flight 1941, which was headed to Atlanta, reportedly had a strong odor of fumes onboard. It made a safe landing at Logan at 7:50 a.m., according to officials.
Massport spokesman Richard Walsh told WBZ-TV the flight “landed without incident.”
Another representative from Massport told WBZ the 149 passengers, who were uninjured, would be bused to terminals. Fire crews and ambulances were also sent to the scene.
This story is developing.
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