FARGO, N.D. (AP) _ An Allegiant Airlines flight headed to Las Vegas from Fargo returned to Hector International Airport after a problem with an indicator light.
The airline returned Monday afternoon with 147 passengers and six crew members on board. No one was injured.
Brian Driscoll of Fargo said that he was on 12th Avenue North when he spotted the jet. He says the aircraft appeared to be ``flying real low and slow.''
Airline officials say the problem was with the nose gear indicator light. Passengers were given pizza and beverages and a $25 voucher for future travel. A replacement plane came from Washington to finish the trip.