Flight diverted to BNIA airport due to smoke in cockpit

CHEEKTOWAGA, NY —  A flight was diverted to Buffalo Niagara International Airport Saturday morning after smoke was detected in the cockpit, according to NFTA spokeswoman Helen Tederous.

Tederous says that Delta Airline flight 4281 on route from Detroit to Stewart International (Orange County New York) was diverted to the Buffalo Niagara International Airport at 10 a.m. after smoke was detected in the cockpit.

The plane landed safely with 45 people on board, 3 of whom were crew members.

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