SYDNEY, Nova Scotia – Cape Breton Regional Police say a commercial aircraft carrying about 70 passengers has made an emergency landing in eastern Canada and no one is hurt.
Police say emergency crews were called to the J.A. Douglas McCurdy Airport in Sydney at around 5 p.m. after an aircraft reported smoke in the cockpit.
Police say the plane was carrying about 70 passengers and landed safely. Staff Sgt. Phillip Ross said he did not have any other information about the incident.
A spokesman for the airport couldn't be reached for comment.