AP: Emergency Landing of Small Passenger Jet at Boise Airport


An investigation continues Friday into an emergency landing at the Boise Airport on Sept. 25.

The Associated Press reports that a warning light signal alerted the pilot of a chartered passenger jet, prompting the emergency landing at approximately 4 p.m. Sept. 25. The Boeing 737 had taken off from Lewiston and was en route to Laughlin, Nevada, when the flight was interrupted by the warning light.

The AP reports that emergency response crews found no evidence of a fire, and that Sun Country Airlines had not returned AP's phone call requesting a comment.