Delta Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Seattle After Engine Catches Fire

A Delta Air Lines Inc jetliner bound for Atlanta made an emergency landing at Seattle's main airport on Thursday after one of its engines caught fire, though there were no injuries and the plane landed safely, an airport spokesman said. The Boeing 767 landed after 2 a.m. at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Washington, airport spokesman Perry Cooper said. It took off from Anchorage, Alaska. Cooper had no details on the cause of the fire.