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Alaska Airlines Makes Emergency Landing

Flight 558 of Alaska Airlines had to make an emergency landing

Alaska Airlines Makes Emergency Landing


Metal fragments are seen flying from the engines in a viral video. An Alaska Airlines aircraft from Seattle to San Diego has been rerouted. This occurred following a peculiar vibration.

Flight 558 noticed an unexpected vibration on the aircraft’s left side. The Alaska Air spokeswoman confirmed this in a statement sent about 7:36 a.m. local time on Monday. The Boeing 737-900ER was turned around and returned to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The plane landed safely here. Fortunately, no one was hurt during the emergency landing. The plane touched down at Seattle Tacoma International Airport. The engine is shown in a challenging scenario in a video released on Twitter.

According to the airline, there were 176 passengers and six crew members on board. When the flight was in operation, the two pilots in command had more than 32 years of combined experience. The pilots were complimented by the airline for their professionalism and decision-making abilities. The airline also thanked the guests’ patience for believing in its efforts.

Alaska Airlines has a reputation for providing safe travel. The majority of passengers are pleased with the services. However, an emergency landing by the airline is extremely unusual. However, the aircraft is now out of service due to vessel maintenance.