LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A FedEx plane was diverted to Harry Reid International Airport for an emergency landing due to multiple reports of the smell of fumes on the aircraft.

On Monday just after 9 p.m., the airport received an emergency call for FedEx flight #1219.

The flight was diverted to the Las Vegas airport due to six people on board reporting the smell of fumes on the aircraft, according to airport officials.

The plane landed safely at 9:08 p.m. and was met by emergency crews for an inspection. According to airport officials, no one was injured and the emergency was terminated shortly after.

The runway remained closed until the aircraft was towed to a holding spot. Airport officials said that the emergency landing would not impact other flights.