A JetBlue plane destined for Los Angeles from Boston’s Logan International Airport had to re-visitation of Boston Thursday afternoon after a warning indicator light entered flight.
JetBlue Flight 687, being worked by an Airbus A321 airplane, was roughly an hour into its crosscountry flight when an admonition sign identified with the airplane’s hydraulic system went ahead, a representative for the organization said.
The plane pivoted while in flight and got back to Boston without episode.
Video indicated a couple of crisis vehicles from Logan Airport’s reaction group meeting the airplane out on the runway.
In an announcement, JetBlue said the airplane would be removed from administration for review.
Travelers on the flight were required to be moved to an alternate airplane to continue their excursion to California.