An aircraft performed an emergency landing at the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport on Sunday, following reports of smoke in the aircraft and pressure issues in the cabin, Cal Fire said.
The aircraft, which had approximately 30 people on board, landed safely at shortly after 5 p.m. on the runway.
Cal Fire crews checked the plane and reported that everything seemed OK, a Cal Fire spokesperson said, though crews were still on scene.
Crews are looking into the cause of the smoke.
— Kaytlyn Leslie