BALTIMORE — A Southwest Airlines flight made an emergency landing on Friday after reports of an 'unusual odor' in the aircraft.
According to Southwest Airlines, Flight 1395 was en route to Los Angeles from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport when the pilot diverted the plane out of caution because of an unusual odor in the aircraft.
It was reported that the plane landed safely at BWI Airport.
During an inspection of the aircraft, they say nothing unusual was found. The aircraft has since been removed from service for further investigation.
All of the 125 passengers aboard were moved to a different plane.
There were no reported injuries as a result of this incident.