SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Southwest Airlines flight that departed from Sacramento on Wednesday morning had to turn back around due to a pressurization issue, officials say.

Flight 2408 left Sacramento International Airport around 9 a.m. and was headed to Seattle when it encountered the problem.

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Southwest officials say the pilots noticed a warning light indicating that one of the redundant systems on the aircraft may not be working the way it should be, prompting the decision to turn back around to Sacramento.

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A Sacramento International Airport official described the problem as a possible pressurization issue.

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The plane landed safely and everyone is now off the flight. Southwest says they are working on bringing in another aircraft to deal with the delay for the passengers.