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A defective coffee pot,” forced a Southwest Airlines flight to divert to a different airport in Virginia, beginning Wednesday, the airline has confirmed.
Southwest Airlines flight 811, which left from Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) to Punta Cana International Airport in the Dominican Republic, he landed safely at Norfolk International Airport, next to what was supposed to be a small fire in the plane’s galley, according to the Associated Press.
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“The other day, the Pilots of a Southwest Airlines Flight 811 are operating from Baltimore/Washington International Airport to Punta Cana International Airport, diverted to Norfolk International Airport for flight crews on the ground, in order to be a faulty coffee-maker,” the airline said in a statement shared with Fox News.
“The aircraft landed safely at Norfolk. In a first study, and confirmed with a pot of tea in front of the kitchen needs to be replaced, and the aircraft was taken out of service pending further review by our technical teams.”
“First of all, the research confirms a pot of tea in front of the kitchen needs to be replaced, and the aircraft was taken out of service pending further investigation,” the airline said.
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The airline has apologized to the 90 people on board the flight, as well as of the crew for the inconvenience caused. Passengers were re-accommodated on a different flight, leaving a two-and-a-half hours later.
“We apologize for the delay in your arrival, but there is nothing, which is higher than the price.”
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.