An alert was issued Sunday night at Eppley Airfield after an Omaha-bound plane reported it had a flap problem. The plane was able to land safely.
The alert was issued around 9:20 p.m.
An airport official told Channel 6 News the pilot of the Delta flight said he had "no flaps." The official did not know the extent of the problem. Flaps are used to help slow a plane down when landing.
The official also did not know where the flight originated from or how many passengers and crew were on board.
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