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Alaska Flight 1420 was circling close to JFK Airport when the crew seen an oil indicator.
The crew landed at PHL out of an “abundance of caution,” the airline says.
Passengers deplaned usually & the airline says it would work to get them to their closing vacation spot.
An Alaska Airlines flight from Los Angeles circling close to New York made an emergency touchdown at Philadelphia International Airport Tuesday morning.
No accidents have been reported and the aircraft, which was headed to JFK Airport, landed safely after 9:10 a.m., airport spokesman Diane Gerace instructed NBC10.
A excessive oil temperature indicator pressured the pilots to land in Philly, the FAA instructed NBC News.
The crew select to land Alaska Flight 1420 out of “an abundance of caution” after the indicator got here on as they circled close to JFK attributable to inclement climate in the New York space, Alaska Airlines spokeswoman Bobbie Egan instructed NBC10 Philadelphia.
There have been no seen emergency crews on the airport when SkyForce10 hovered overhead a short while later.
Passengers deplaned usually and the airline labored to get them to New York utilizing floor transportation and different choices, Egan mentioned.