Southwest Flight From Denver Loses Engine Cover

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Southwest Flight From Denver , Loses Engine Cover.
On April 7, a Boeing 737-800 plane in use by Southwest Airlines lost an engine cover which hit the wing flap, the Federal Aviation Administration said. .
According to air traffic control audio, a pilot said
that "several passengers and flight attendants
heard something loud hit the wing.".
After determining the issue,
the plane safely returned to Denver,
and Southwest issued an apology. .
We apologize for the inconvenience
of their delay but place our highest
priority on ultimate Safety for our
Customers and Employees, Southwest Airlines, via statement.
There were no reports of injuries. .
According to FAA records, the plane was last certified to be airworthy in May of 2015.
The agency will investigate the incident. .
Boeing refused to comment and instead pointed to Southwest for details "about
plane and fleet operations," CNN reports. .
The incident is just the latest in a
series of mechanical issues Boeing has
experienced over the last several months.