KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Southwest flight from Indianapolis to Denver made an unplanned landing at KCI after a reported hydraulic leak in the landing gear.
The plane safely landed just after 3:30 p.m.
Southwest Airlines Spokeswoman Michelle Agnew said the pilot received an indicator of the leak and made the decision to divert to Kansas City.
There were 132 people on board the flight, according to an airport spokesman. No one was injured.
Passengers on the flight were boarding on a later flight and continued onto Denver just after 6 p.m.