What to Know
- JetBlue flight 2802 was heading for Buffalo from JFK when the crew declared an emergency over possible cockpit fumes
- The plane returned to the Queens airport and landed safely
- No one was hurt, and the incident remains under investigation
A JetBlue flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport had to make an emergency landing over a report of fumes in the cockpit, authorities say.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, flight 2802, an Embraer E190 aircraft bound for Buffalo, returned to JFK and landed safely at the Queens hub around 6:50 a.m. Tuesday after the crew declared the emergency.
No injuries were reported.
The FAA says its investigation is ongoing.