The jetblue flight from Hawaii to Kauaʻi was the second to land in Kaua’i, and it had flown just six hours before.
But it had gone over the island of Maui and landed at the same airport where the first flight had landed.
So how did the jetblue plane land?
The plane was cruising at around 15,000 feet and it was not on the ground when it did its landing, according to the FAA.
The jetblue pilot was a woman who had been on the plane before and she was also flying with her son, according the FAA, who said the jet blue pilot and the pilot of the first jet plane had a mutual understanding.
The FAA said the pilot was able to tell the jet Blue pilot to land at a different airport than the one where the flight originated, but the jetBlue pilot was unable to confirm this.
The plane landed at Kauai International Airport and the FAA said it was about 15 minutes later that the jet plane landed on the island.
The airline said in a statement that the pilot and pilot of that first jet jet plane were “close friends,” but the FAA also said that the two women had never met before.
The flight was recorded by the FAA and it showed that the plane was about 2,500 feet above the runway when it landed, the FAA added.
According to the jet airline, the plane had only been flying for about a week, so it was just a few weeks old.
The company said that it was going to be able to offer a replacement plane, but it was unable do so because it would have to be inspected and certified by the US Government.