US Airways flight makes emergency landing at Reagan due to cracked windshield
A US Airways Express flight had to make an emergency landing Wednesday at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport morning due to a cracked windshield, officials say.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Spokesperson Rob Yingling confirmed that US Airways Express Flight 3583, operated by Air Wisconsin, made an emergency landing. The aircraft landed less than an hour after taking off without incident.
The plane, a Canadair Regional Jet, was en route from Reagan to Raleigh/Durham International Airport in North Carolina.
There were no injuries, officials say. There were 12 passengers and three crew members aboard the plane when it made its emergency landing.
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