GOTHENBURG, Sweden, Nov. 18 (UPI) -- Swedish authorities report no casualties after a cracked windshield forced an airliner to make an emergency landing in Gothenburg Tuesday.
The Brussels Airline flight with 63 passengers was en route from Stockholm to Brussels when the crew reported a crack in a cockpit window and set down at Landvetter airport.
The Swedish news agency TT said emergency crews were scrambled due to a report the crack had caused a loss of cabin pressure; however, officials said the report was inaccurate.
"That didn't happen," Malmo Aviation spokesperson Olof Lofgren said. Malmo personnel inspected the plane on arrival.