INDIANAPOLIS -- A flight from Indianapolis to Atlanta made an emergency landing in Tennessee Friday evening after declaring an emergency.
Delta Flight 1534 was diverted to the Tri-Cities Regional Airport in Blountsville.
The plane made a safe landing at 5:39 p.m. No injuries were reported.
A Delta spokesperson said
The following is a statement from the FAA:
"Delta 1534, an MD88, declared an emergency after the crew reported smoke in the cockpit and cabin and is diverting to Tri-Cities Airport. The flight departed Indianapolis International Airport and was headed to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Update to follow upon landing.”
The aircraft, an MD-88, is Delta's most-used plane.
The average age of Delta's MD-88 fleet is 26.4 years.
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