It was reported that the plane landed due to pressurization issue.
The latest incidence is followed by Wednesday’s emergency landing by SkyWest Airlines, the flight was travelling from Chicago to Connecticut, but made an emergency landed, the same problem was reported, pressurization issue, and in this incident three passengers lost consciousness.
Southwest Airlines Flight 100 was carrying 175 passengers and 6 crew members; it was diverted after flying for about 90 minutes.
All the passengers were asked to leave the plane after landing; no grave incident has been reported.
In order to assist and ease off the evacuation process, Denver Fire Department responded to gate C27 at the Denver International Airport or DIA.
It was reported that only passenger required medical attention and all other passengers were safe and in good health.
The company said that the flight to Milwaukee will continue and the passengers will be accommodated in another airplane and it will scheduled after 2 hours.
Company said, “Flight #100 from Las Vegas to Milwaukee diverted to Denver due to a pressurization issue. The flight with six crew and 175 passengers landed safely at Denver at 8:30 p.m. local time. The Boeing 737 -800 aircraft will be taken out of service and inspected, and we’ll accommodate the flight to Milwaukee with another aircraft, scheduled to arrive about two hours late. We have a report of one passenger injury due to a fall while deplaning the aircraft. The remaining passengers will continue to Milwaukee.”