Passengers will take off for Panama City on a different airplane.

February 13, 2012|(Reposed) By Susan Jacobson, Orlando Sentinel
A Southwest Airlines flight from Orlando to Panama City returned to the gate this evening because of a strange odor in the galley, authorities said.

Flight No. 517 left Orlando International Airport about 6 p.m. and returned about 20 minutes later.

One hundred thirty-three passengers and five crew members debarked while Southwest employees and Orlando firefighters inspected the Boeing 737-700, a Southwest spokeswoman said.

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