Alaska Airlines makes emergency landing after sparks appear – fr

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Alaska Airlines makes emergency landing after sparks appear – fr


Sparks are not always meant to fly.

An Alaska Airlines flight was reportedly forced to make an emergency landing after a flight attendant reported seeing sparks. Fortunately, no injuries were reported as a result of the incident.

The incident occurred on a flight from Pasco, Wash., To Seattle, Wash., On Friday morning.
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The incident occurred on a flight from Pasco, Wash., To Seattle, Wash. On Friday morning, The Associated Press reports. The theft caused an emergency in the city of Yakima, also in Washington state.

According to the media outlet, a flight attendant reported seeing possible sparks in the galley, which prompted the plane to change course.

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The flight initially took off from Pasco at 9:41 a.m. and reportedly landed in Yakima at 10:39 a.m., where passengers were disembarked. The passengers reportedly boarded a new flight that took off at 1:50 p.m. and landed in Seattle at 2:30 p.m.

Fox News contacted Alaska Airlines for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.

Alaska Airlines has resumed normal operations after cutting service during the pandemic.

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Fox News previously reported that Alaska Airlines brought back a few dining options on Thursday, including hot dishes for first-class passengers on transcontinental travel.

According to the Alaska Airlines website, first-class passengers will be able to pre-order one of two hot dishes or a fruit and cheese platter on flights to Hawaii and flights across the country. Meanwhile, first-class passengers on flights 670 miles or more will be able to pre-order one of two cold appetizers or the fruit and cheese platter, the website said.

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Premium class and main cabin passengers will be able to purchase picnic packs on flights over 670 miles, or purchase platters of fruit and cheese or ham and either a breakfast wrap or a sandwich to turkey on flights over 1,100 miles, the website says.

Ann W. Schmidt of Fox News contributed to this report.

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