SEATTLE, April 24 (UPI) --
A Delta Airlines Boeing 757 landed safely early Wednesday morning at Seattle's Sea-Tac Airport after a problem with the plane's landing flaps, officials said.
The pilot of Delta Flight 2329 told passengers "the flaps weren't working so we'd be coming in for a faster landing," a passenger, speaking to KIRO-TV, Seattle, said.
The flight from Atlanta arrived safely just before 1 a.m. Wednesday. There were no injuries, the television station reported.
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