Plane Returns to St. Louis Amid Pressure Concerns
ST. LOUIS (AP) - No injuries are reported after a United Airlines flight had to return to St. Louis because of cabin-pressure concerns.
Lambert Airport spokesman Jeff Lea says instruments indicated a pressure problem for United flight 5033, which took off for Houston around 5:45 a.m. Tuesday. The plane returned to St. Louis and landed around 7 a.m.
Lea says the plane is operated by Trans States Airlines under contract with United.