Kodiak, AK (CNN) — An Air Canada-Kodiak flight from Toronto to Kodiak International Airport in Alaska ended up taking off with a delayed flight attendant, according to an internal report obtained by CNN affiliate KOLO.
Air Canada-operated Kodiak Flight 1B left Toronto at 1:08 a.m.
ET on Monday for Kodiak Airport.
The pilot reported a crew member was in an accident while working a fuel spill and the aircraft was taking off for an emergency landing, according the report.
The flight landed safely and the plane returned to Toronto.
The FAA and Canadian aviation regulator are investigating the incident, which was not immediately clear to KOLA.
The FAA has not responded to requests for comment.
The Air Canada flight was headed to Kodiar Airport, a major hub for Alaska’s oil industry, when the pilot reported the flight had an electrical problem, according an internal document obtained by KOLI.
The captain and flight attendant were not injured, but the flight landed without any passengers or crew, the report said.
AirCanada confirmed in a statement that it was aware of the incident and is working with authorities to determine the cause.