Alaskan Airlines Emergency Landing in San Jose

Wednesday, March 6, 2013
By George Hatcher


An Alaskan Airlines de Havilland DH8 en route from San Jose to Boise Idaho developed a fire in the right engine and made an emergency landing when it returned to the San Jose airport.

Emergency services were on standby. None of the 47 passengers or six crew reported any injuries.

The odor of burned metal was in the cabin, but no fire was found. Passengers were provided alternatives.
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