Southwest Plane Lands at Wrong Airport
Pilots have been suspended by Southwest Airlines after landing a flight at the wrong Missouri airport on Sunday. The country-owned airport, which was about 7 miles north of where the plane needed to land, had a runway about half of the length of the intended Branson Airport. The 124 passengers had to be sent by bus to the correct airport. Southwest brought in another plane for passengers to continue on their journey and they received refunds for their tickets. NTSB is still investigating to figure out the reason for the mistake.
By Jordan Moses
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