Jet lands in Montana with cracked windshield
Sunday, October 30, 2011
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) -- Officials say a Boeing 737 operated by AirTran Airways flying from Washington state to Wisconsin made an emergency landing in Billings, Mont., after the windshield cracked.
Billings Logan International Airport officials tell KULR-TV (http://bit.ly/ubNsS3) that the plane landed about 4 p.m. Saturday and that no one was injured.
Officials say AirTran sent another plane to get the 130 passengers traveling from Seattle, Wash., to Milwaukee, Wis.
Information from: KULR-TV, http://www.kulr8.com