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Monday, March 27, 2023

INCIDENT: Southwest Boeing 737 At Phoenix Flight Control Malfunction

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A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700, registration N254WN, carrying 144 passengers on flight WN-2830 from Santa Ana, CA to Phoenix, AZ (USA), was descending towards Phoenix at the time, maintaining 6000 feet, when the crew declared an emergency due to a flight control issue.

The crew informed that they needed to burn off some fuel and were guided to a hold. After reporting an emergency, the plane landed safely on Phoenix’s runway 26 about 35 minutes later.

The next sector was flown by a replacement Boeing 737-800 registration N8649A, which arrived in Nashville, TN (USA) with a delay of roughly 2:15 hours.

Source: Avhearld

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