A flight bound for Copenhagen was forced to make an emergency landing at San Francisco International Airport Friday evening.
The Scandinavian Airlines Flight 0936 left SFO at 5:31 p.m. bound for Denmark.
Shortly after takeoff, the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit.
The plane was diverted back to SFO. While on the way back, the smoke dissipated.
The pilot was able to land safely at SFO around 8 p.m.
Back in SF after a smoke filled cabin. Being greeted by fire trucks. Props to good SAS pilots who got us back safely. pic.twitter.com/9FcljSuqwL
— Yana Welinder (@yanatweets) 20 Juin 2015