MINNEAPOLIS - A JetBlue flight made an emergency landing at Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport on Wednesday night.
Patrick Hogan, of the Metropolitan Airports Commission, the flight arrived at MSP shortly before 10 p.m.
Hogan said the pilot noticed fumes in the cockpit and landed as a precautionary measure. Hogan did not know where the flight originated from.
There are no injuries. Passengers were taken off of the plane while technicians looked for the problem.
Hogan said it will be JetBlue's decision on how to proceed with the flight.