Smoke in plane diverts DC-to-Boston flight
NEW CASTLE, Delaware (AP) — The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration says a United Airlines flight from Washington to Boston was diverted to Delaware after the pilot reported smoke in the aircraft.
The FAA says flight 3759 was carrying 61 passengers and four crew members. It landed safely.
The Canadian Regional jet operated by Mesa Airlines took off from Dulles International Airport and was headed to Boston Logan International Airport when the FAA says it was diverted around 9:50 a.m.