Engine failure causes Southwest emergency landing in Philadelphia

April 17, 2018
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines Co with 143 passengers and five crew members on board made an emergency landing on Tuesday at Philadelphia International Airport after suffering engine failure, according to the airline and U.S. officials.
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