‘Hazy’ Plane Cabin Cancels Flight At MSP

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A “haze” inside a plane’s cabin caused the flight to be canceled at the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport Wednesday afternoon, according to airport officials.

MSP spokesman Pat Hogan says passengers and crew on Delta Flight 4086 noticed the haze around 2:30 p.m. Soon, a smoke detector in the bathroom went off.

The passengers were then taken off the plane and taken to another flight.

When fire crews arrived, there were no signs of a fire or smoke. Now, Delta crews are checking it out.

So far, it is unsure what caused the haze.

The flight was bound for Wichita, Kan., before it was canceled.


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