BOSTON, 20 Sept. 2013. Delta Airlines Flight 1941 MD-88 commercial airliner traveling from Manchester, N.H., to Atlanta made an emergency landing at Logan Airport in Boston.
Flight 1941 departed Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) in Manchester, N.H., at 7:10 a.m. (EDT) Friday heading toward Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta airport (ATL). It was forced to land in Boston’s Logan Airport at 7:49 a.m. due to reports of fumes on board.
Massport officials reveal that none of the 149 people, including five crewmembers and 144 passengers, on board the MD-88 commercial jet were injured.
The plane landed safely and passengers were safely deplaned, according to Massport Spokesman Matthew Brelis, who confirmed that passengers were bused to Logan Terminal A. Delta representatives had made arrangements for travelers to continue their journey, according to a company spokesperson. “Delta is reaccomodating customers on other flights while technicians examine the aircraft.”
DL 1941 is a domestic flight departing from the Manchester airport (MHT) and arriving at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta airport (ATL).
The flight distance is 951 miles, or 1530 km.
The timezone of both the departure and the arrival airports is UTC-5 (plus 1h DST). Current time at both airports is12:17pm.
For direct flights, the flight time varies between 2:40 and 2:58.