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Delta #DL2544 made an emergency landing at Missoula International Airport due to an engine issue

Connor McCaulley/MTN News

An emergency on board an early Monday morning flight from Kalispell caused a plane to be diverted to Missoula.

Delta flight 2544 departed from Glacier Park International Airport at 5:47 a.m. on Monday en-route to Salt Lake City but was forced to be diverted to Missoula International Airport and make an emergency landing.

A Delta representative tells MTN News that an engine issue forced the jet — with 123 customers on board — to be diverted to Missoula.

Missoula International Airport officials also confirmed with MTN News that a flight made an emergency landing shortly after 6:30 a.m. Another plane is being sent to Missoula so that the passengers can continues their trip to Salt Lake City.

The airline released the following statement:

“Delta apologizes to customers on flight 2544 from Kalispell to Salt Lake City diverted to Missoula out of an abundance of caution due to an engine issue. While the aircraft is examined by maintenance technicians, an alternate aircraft is being sent to Kalispell to more quickly get customers to Salt Lake City.”

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