ST. LOUIS – A Delta moody returned to St. Louis International Airport around 6:45 pm Wednesday night. The moody had been firm for Atlanta when a craft incited around as a prevision when a commander listened something during mid-flight.
Emergency vehicles met a craft during a gate. Firefighters on a belligerent did a visible check of a plane.
The craft is also going by a confidence check.
Passengers were taken off a craft and are being rescreened for a after moody that is approaching to leave around 12:30 am.
“Delta Flight 1199 roving from St. Louis to Atlanta returned to St. Louis after a organisation reported a probable upkeep emanate shortly after takeoff. The moody landed safely and but incident. Out of an contentment of caution, business were asked to dismount during a embankment rapidly during a embankment and airfield puncture crew met a moody on arrival. Delta’s upkeep technicians will weigh a aircraft and business will be accommodated on an swap aircraft this evening. The reserve of a business and employees is a tip priority and we apologize for a transport disruption.”
.@flystl military now final a confidence check of @delta aircraft flt #1199 as a prevision after aircraft diverted behind to STL on approach to ATL around 6:45 p.m. Passengers behind in Conc A tentative aircraft check.
— STL Airport (@flystl) February 22, 2018