A JetBlue plane made an emergency landing at Boston Logan International Airport Monday afternoon due to a mechanical problem, officials said.
JetBlue flight 1668 was carrying 95 passengers from Charleston International Airport to Logan Airport when the crew in the cockpit recieved an indication of a mechanical problem, said JetBlue spokeswoman Real Hamilton-Romeo.
According to a statement by the FAA, the plane experienced an avionics problem prior to landing.
The aircraft landed safely at about 3:25 p.m., and was immediately met with Massport’s emergency response team, according to a statement by JetBlue.
The aircraft was then towed to the gate out of an “abundance of caution after being evaluated,” according to the company.
The FAA is investigating the incident.