SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — An American Airlines plane with 141 passengers on board has returned to Sacramento International Airport after an apparent problem with a fuel line.
The airline says in an email that the MD-80 took off from Sacramento on Tuesday morning and was headed to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport when an indicator light in the cockpit reported a possible mechanical issue.
The flight returned to Sacramento and landed safely around 10:30 a.m.
Chris Harvey, a spokesman for the Sacramento Fire Department, says emergency crews were on the ground in case of a problem but they were not needed. He says fire officials received a report that the plane had a clogged fuel line.
American Airlines says the plane also had five crew members on board.