Aircraft makes emergency landing at SLO County Airport
September 21, 2014
An airplane carrying 30 passengers made an emergency landing at the San Luis Obispo County Airport on Sunday evening, Cal Fire said on Twitter.
Shortly after 5 p.m., emergency units were staged at the airport because passengers on the plane smelled smoke. The pilot determined the smell was likely coming from the lighting system, which was turned off for the remainder of the flight.
The plane, which was traveling from San Francisco to San Luis Obispo, landed safely.
Cal Fire officials are investigating the cause of the smoke.