Delta Flight Makes Emergency Landing After Smoke Reported In Engine [VIDEO]

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A Delta flight was forced to make an emergency landing after smoke was reportedly coming out of the engine Wednesday night.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport sent out tweets with the news a departing Delta flight was forced to turn around after “smoke was reported coming from the engine of a departing aircraft,” Fox News reported.

The news comes one day after Navy pilot Tammie Jo Shults landed Southwest Flight 1380 after part of its left engine was destroyed, causing a window on the plane to crack open. (RELATED: One Of The First Navy Female Fighter Pilots Landed Southwest Flight With Blown Engine)

The airport made it clear there were no reports of injuries and there “is minimal impact to operations.”


(This post will be updated as more information becomes available.)

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