It’s a moment familiar to any regular air traveler. The plane bucks up and down, lurches forward and back, or both. Sometimes overhead bins fly open
Passengers from a Southwest Airlines jet that made an emergency landing because of a hole in the fuselage made it to their original destination early Tuesday. Southwest Flight 2294 made an emergency stop in Charleston, West Virginia, on Monday after a football-sized hole in its fuselage caused the cabin to depressurize, an airline spokeswoman said.