SAN ANTONIO- It was a scary situation for passengers aboard an airTran flight bound for Atlanta Sunday night.
The plane was forced to return to San Antonio International Airport because of pressurization problems. A spokesman for Southwest Airlines, which owns airTran, told us the 737 had to circle around for about 30 minutes to burn off some fuel before landing. After an hour on the ground, the plane was given the all-clear and departed again. No one was hurt.