A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport on April 17 after an apparent engine failure that caused one fatality. Southwest flight 1380 was en route from New York La Guardia Airport to Dallas Love Field when passengers heard an explosion involving the left engine, which blew out a window and caused the cabin to depressurize, according to media reports. The flight crew diverted the aircraft to Philadelphia. Powered by twin CFM56-7B ...

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