The pilots of a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 diverted to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and landed safely on May 2 after a window cracked in flight. Southwest flight 957 was enroute from Chicago Midway International Airport to Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey with 76 passengers aboard when the incident happened. The aircraft flew as high as 33,000 ft. before pilots began a descent, landing at 10:43 a.m. in Cleveland less than an hour into the flight, ...

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