CHICAGO (CBS) — A Southwest Airlines flight made an emergency landing at Midway International Airport on Thursday, after apparently striking a bird during takeoff.

Southwest Flight 105 took off from Midway at about 9:40 a.m., bound for Las Vegas. According to the city’s Aviation Department, the plane made a safe emergency landing at Midway at 10:07 a.m.

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The Federal Aviation Administration said the 737-800 jetliner landed without incident after reporting the plane had hit a bird during takeoff.

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“All 164 customers and six crew members are safe. They will be accommodated on another aircraft and will arrive in Vegas approximately three hours late,” Southwest spokeswoman Emily Samuels said.

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The FAA was investigating the incident.