BILLINGS, Mont. — A Delta flight from New York Metropolis to Seattle needed to make a cease in Billings after the aircraft’s bogs stopped working and passengers couldn’t maintain it any longer.
The Billings Gazette stories that the direct flight diverted a whole lot of miles south on Saturday to make the emergency rest room cease.
Delta says that upon touchdown in Billings, the aircraft needed to taxi to a cargo space as a result of a gate was not out there. Delta says floor crews rolled a stairway to the airplane so passengers might “disembark to seek out aid of constructed-up pressures.”
A flight from New York Metropolis to Seattle can take about six hours.