An Alaska Airlines jet flying from Seattle to Anchorage was diverted to Juneau International Airport late Sunday night.
According to a release from the airport, Flight 731 experienced engine failure and diverted to Juneau at approximately 11:10 p.m. with 167 passengers and crew on board.
The plane landed without incident.
Passengers were re-booked on morning flights to Anchorage.
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