Southwest Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Dallas After Air Pressure Issue

A Southwest Airlines flight from Denver made an emergency landing in Dallas Saturday night after an air pressure issue was reported on the aircraft.Flight 861's cabin started losing pressure as the plane approached Dallas about 9 p.m., KTVT-TV (Channel 11) reported. A passenger told the station that the nearly 120 travelers had to strap on oxygen masks before the plane landed."There was no communication whatsoever from the flight attendants or from the cockpit as far as whether we were in mortal danger or whether the situation was in control," Glen Eichelberger told Channel 11.  Continue reading...

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