Transfer of the San Francisco International Airport from Sacramento to Los Angeles International Airport is currently being held up due to a technical issue.
Flight tracking website Flightradar.com is reporting that the transfer was scheduled to take place on August 16, but the aircraft had been cancelled due to technical issues.
The Sacramento International Airport and the Los Angeles airport have confirmed to TechRadars that the aircraft was cancelled due an issue with its engine.
The company also says the aircraft did not fly out of Sacramento International.
The Sacramento airport said in a statement: ‘Due to technical problems with the engine, flight is not planned for today.
There is no estimate of when this flight will resume operations.’
Sacramento International Airport said the aircraft has been temporarily grounded until further notice.
The airline has issued an update on its Facebook page.
The news follows on the heels of the airline’s flight to New York, which was cancelled after the engine failed and the pilot lost consciousness.
The plane was carrying seven crew members, four of whom are from California.
The San Francisco airport has said that the flight was cancelled in light of technical problems and will not be rescheduled for another date.
Flightradar is an online flight tracking service.