Authorities in Harrison County responded Sunday morning to a plane in distress at Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, according to ABC News.
The call came in shortly after 9:30 a.m., saying that Delta Flight 2312 had a "loss of flight control."
The plane landed successfully without any injuries to the 98 people on board.
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A representative from Delta Airlines said when a flight has an emergency maintenance issue while in the air, they are able to call for a priority landing to ensure they get on the ground quickly and safely.
In this incident, she said, the call for a priority landing was more precautionary than anything.
The Boeing 717 will receive maintenance and any necessary repairs before leaving Gulfport to go on to Atlanta.
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