GoJet Airlines flight 3642, operating as United Express, made an emergency landing in Peoria, Illinois, just before noon on August 22, after the cabin lost air pressure.
According to Gene Olson, the Director of General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport, “I don’t know exactly what the issue was, but there was a cabin depressurization so they made a precautionary landing here in Peoria.”
The CRJ-700, which was on its way from St. Louis to Chicago O’Hare, landed safely. No injuries were reported.
GoJet said in a statement that the flight was diverted due to indication of smoke in the cockpit. They further said, “We will use a replacement aircraft to accommodate passengers, and aircraft technicians will examine the aircraft to determine the cause of the indication.”