A United Airlines flight bound for Dublin was forced to make an emergency landing early Tuesday at Logan International Airport after a report of fumes in the cockpit, officials said.
Flight 126 departed Washington, D.C., at 9:57 p.m. Monday and landed at Logan at 12:35 a.m. Tuesday, according to the tracking site FlightAware and Jennifer Mehigan, a spokeswoman for the Massachusetts Port Authority.
“The flight crew declared an emergency due to a report of fumes in the cockpit. The flight diverted to Boston,” the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement.
The odor may have been detected in the cabin as well, said Charles Hobart, a United spokesman. Airline maintenance crews inspected the plane when it landed.
No one was injured, the FAA said.
United declined to comment on the cause of the odor.
“The flight landed without incident and taxied to a gate,” said Kimberly Gibbs, a United spokeswoman.
The plane, a Boeing 757-200, reboarded and took off at 6:42 a.m., according to FlightAware. The flight was set to land in Dublin at 5:57 p.m. local time, about eight hours later than planned.
The FAA is investigating the incident, the statement said.