The latest on a Delta Air Lines flight redirected to Tulsa, Oklahoma, for malfunction aboard a passenger (all times local):
A US attorney in Oklahoma says Federal Marshal Deescaling a situation with a recalcitrant passenger who forced a cross-country flight by the Delta Air Lines in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Tulsa-based prosecutor R. Trent Shores said in a statement Wednesday that the FBI will continue to investigate and his office will consider whether the passenger's actions violate federal law.
It is unclear what the passenger did.
Tulisa International Airport spokeswoman Alexis Higgins says Delta Flight 1156 from Portland, Oregon, to Atlanta landed in Tulsa at 1
Delta apologized to customers whose plans were late. Delta spokesman Anthony Black says the flight landed in Atlanta at 16:30
Delta Air Lines apologizes to customers whose plans are due to a flight from Portland, Oregon, to Atlanta had to land in Tulsa, Oklahoma, because of what it had described as a recalcitrant passenger.
Delta spokesman Anthony Black says Flight 1156 has landed "without incident" and that there are 172 passengers and six crew members aboard the Boeing 737-900
Tulsa Airport spokesman Alexis Higgins said the plane was landed at 11:30 am on Wednesday and the passenger was removed. Higgins said she did not know the nature of the disorder.
FBI spokeswoman Andrea Anderson in Oklahoma City confirmed that the agency was investigating but forwarding other questions to the US Attorney's Office
13:50  A Delta Air Lines flight of Portland, Ore., To Atlanta, was diverted to Tulsa, Oklahoma, for a disruption aboard a passenger.
Tulsa International Airport spokeswoman Alexis Higgins said Delta 1156 landed at around 11:30 am The passenger was removed to be questioned by the FBI.
Higgins said she did not know the nature of the incident and that a Delta spokesman did not immediately return a phone call.
Higgins said the plane was refueling shortly after 1pm: 3pm and would continue the flight to Atlanta.