Flight heading to Albany makes emergency landing in Pa.

Posted at: 11/01/2013 4:21 PM | Updated at: 11/01/2013 5:44 PM
By: Jessica Riley

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A plane like this one bound for Albany from Philadelphia made an emergency landing in Scranton due to a reprot of smoke in the cockpit.

US Airways

SCRANTON, Pa. - A flight headed to Albany made an emergency landing Friday morning in northeast Pennsylvania after reports of smoke in the cockpit.

There were 12 passengers on board the US Airways flight from Philadelphia.

No one was hurt when the plane landed at the Scranton Airport.

It's unclear what caused the smoke. The plane is being checked out.

The passengers were taken by bus from Scranton to Albany.



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