Alaska Airlines flight Diverted after mid-air Problems

By Cruise

A Seattle-bound Alaska Airlines flight was forced to an emergency landing in California early Wednesday after the aircraft experienced multiple electric problems.
Flight 539 from Ontario, California, was on its way to Seattle when the airplane Boeing 737-400 experienced issues while climbing to cruising altitude, the Seattle-based airline informed.
"The crew members also had to manually pressurize the cabin," told the Alaska Airlines spokesperson Bobbie Egan in an email. Egan told the oxygen masks didn't deploy.
The aircraft was lowered to 10,000 feet and had been necessary to be diverted to San Jose, California. The flight, with one hundred thirty one travellers and five crew members on the board of the airplane, landed safely at 7:48 a.m. PT.
Support professionals are still working to define the reason of the issues.
Egan also told they work to put some travellers on other flights out of San Francisco and Oakland. The Alaska Airlines Company is also substituting a larger airplane for its noon flight out of San Jose to accommodate other travellers.