A passenger says a Swift Air constitution aircraft carrying the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes made an emergency landing in Oklahoma over the weekend after a noxious odor stuffed the cabin.

The Boeing 737 landed at Tulsa Worldwide Airport about four a.m. Saturday whereas touring from Lengthy Seaside, California, to Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. The plane was returning the hockey workforce to North Carolina after a recreation.

The workforce’s vice chairman of communications, Mike Sundheim, was on the flight. Sundheim stated Monday that passengers might odor one thing comparable to burning plastic.

As soon as on the bottom, Sundheim says technicians changed a malfunctioning air information pc and the aircraft took off once more after a delay of about two hours.

No accidents have been reported.

Phoenix-based Swift Air hasn’t responded to phone and e mail requests for remark.

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