Flight from Minneapolis to Minot, ND diverted to St. Cloud due to smoky odor in cabin

Flight from Minneapolis to Minot, ND diverted to St. Cloud due to smoky odor in cabin Photo: Mary Matthews

Updated: October 13, 2019 09:21 PM

A SkyWest flight operating as a Delta connection was scheduled to travel from Minneapolis to Minot, North Dakota Sunday night. The flight was diverted to St. Cloud due to a smoky odor in the cabin.

According to a statement from SkyWest, the flight landed safely without incident.

The airline is sending another flight to St. Cloud to help passengers resume their journey to Minot as quickly as possible.

The aircraft involved was a Bombardier CRJ200 with 50 people on board. 


SkyWest full statement: 

"SkyWest flight 3661, operating as Delta Connection from Minneapolis to Minot, North Dakota, diverted to St. Cloud, Minnesota, due to a smoky odor in the cabin. The flight landed safely without incident and we are sending another flight to St. Cloud to help passengers resume their travels to Minot on another aircraft as quickly as possible." 

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