Smoke in cockpit forces emergency landing in Hudson Valley

<p>Reports say there was smoke in the cockpit of the plane, forcing pilots to use oxygen masks and land the aircraft at Stewart International Airport.</p>

News 12 Staff

Feb 1, 2018, 12:10 PM

Updated 2,361 days ago

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A JetBlue airplane was forced to make an emergency landing at Stewart International Airport in Orange County on Wednesday.
Reports say there was smoke in the cockpit of the plane, forcing pilots to use oxygen masks and land the aircraft in New Windsor. The cause of the smoke is believed to be electrical.
The plane was headed from Burlington, Vermont to JFK when it had to change course.
There are no reports of injuries for anyone onboard.


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