A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 diverted Saturday morning after a major engine malfunction, but landed safely without any injuries caused. The aircraft, operating flight 3472, was enroute from New Orleans to Orlando Aug. 27. It diverted to Pensacola, Florida, after reporting an engine malfunction. Southwest confirmed the incident, saying the captain decided to divert because of a mechanical issue with the number one engine. Southwest said the aircraft landed without incident and there ...

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