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FOX Business’ Cheryl Casone reports on the latest travel news this Thursday.
An American Airlines flight from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport made an emergency landing overnight in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Officials said that the plane, which was bound for Buffalo, New York, alerted Gerald R. Ford International Airport about possible smoke in the cockpit.
According to the Grand Rapids Press, an aircraft rescue and firefighting team and Kent County officials responded to the call.
Lisa Carr, the Grand Rapids airport public safety and operations director, said in a statement to the newspaper that the plane landed safely in Grand Rapids and that there were no injuries reported in the incident.
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