Coffee appurtenance forces Southwest Airlines craft to divert

  • Flight 1539 had been en-route from Orlando International to Houston airport 
  • Passengers and organisation both complained of smelling smoke in the back of the cabin
  • The aircraft was forced to make an emergency alighting in Pensacola, Florida  

Jennifer Newton for MailOnline

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A Southwest Airlines moody was forced to make an emergency alighting after passengers and the organisation complained of smoke that were after found to be coming from the coffee maker.

Flight 1539 had been en track from Orlando International to Houston yesterday morning when it was diverted to Pensacola International Airport.

The unscheduled stop came after the smell of smoke was pronounced to have filled the back of the cabin.

A coffee builder was blamed for a Southwest Airlines service diverting

A coffee builder was blamed for a Southwest Airlines service diverting

A coffee builder was blamed for a Southwest Airlines service diverting

However, according to the Pensacola News Journal, airline orator Brian Parish pronounced it was after dynamic that the smell had been coming from a coffee builder in the cabin.

City of Pensacola spokesman, Vernon Stewart, pronounced all passengers and moody organisation were taken off the aircraft while the cabin was checked.

Emergency medical crews were also on palm for anybody influenced by the fumes.

However, after it was deemed safe, the moody then continued on its tour to Houston.

The flight, which was en track from Orlando to Houston, had to make an unscheduled stop at Pensacola Airport, pictured 

The flight, which was en track from Orlando to Houston, had to make an unscheduled stop at Pensacola Airport, pictured 

The flight, which was en track from Orlando to Houston, had to make an unscheduled stop at Pensacola Airport, pictured 

The emergency alighting comes just a week after a Delta Air Lines craft had to make an unscheduled stop after one of its aircraft’s toilets stopped working.

The moody had been travelling from New York City to Seattle but had to land in Billings, Montana, to make the emergency lavatory stop.

Ground crews rolled a stairway to the Boeing 757 so passengers could ‘disembark to find service of built-up pressures’.

A moody report after suggested that all of the toilets on residence had ceased functioning.


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