An Alaska Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Honolulu, Hawaii, after pilots throttled down one of the plane’s engines.
Flight 145 was headed to Hawaii from Seattle when an oil filter bypass light came on in the cockpit. The flight crew idled the engine and declared an emergency, but continued to Honolulu where the flight was originally scheduled to land.
According to reports, the airline said the other engine and all other systems onboard were operating normally. The plane landed safely around 10 pm Friday night. No injuries were reported for the 157 passenger and 8 crewmembers onboard.