On Wednesday, Southwest Airlines Flight 957 was forced to divert to Cleveland after the outside pane on one of its windows failed.
No injuries were reported after Flight 957 landed safely at Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport on Wednesday.
The incident comes just over two weeks after a woman died on a Southwest flight after she was partially sucked out a broken window that shattered when it was hit by engine debris.
Some of the 76 passengers told The Associated Press, that they heard popping, and those sitting near the window moved away quickly.
"The flight landed uneventfully in Cleveland", she said.
Southwest said the aircraft has been taken out of service for "maintenance review" and that passengers were put on another airplane bound for Newark.
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Mother of two Jennifer Riordan was killed April 17 aboard the flight from New York City to Dallas, which made an emergency landing in Philadelphia. The crew never declared an emergency in the plane and the cabin did not depressurize.
Only once the plane was grounded did the reason for the emergency stop become clear.
The airline has since ordered inspections of the engine model that failed on that flight, but a passenger has sued the airline, alleging post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and depression.
On Tuesday, President Trump met with pilot Tammie Jo Shults and other members of that Southwest crew in the Oval Office. "Everything ok but scary", one of her texts read.
Of immediate concern is that the engine-a CFM International 56-7B turbofan-is created to contain any pieces of debris that might come loose from it to prevent exactly this situation-engine parts crashing into the plane and causing further destruction.
This is the latest in several incidents involving Southwest Airlines flights.