06/14/2018 21:07 EDT | Updated 06/14/2018 21:07 EDT

WestJet Flight Returns To Calgary After Fire Breaks Out In Cargo Hold

No one was injured.

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A WestJet Boeing 737 takes off from Montreal's Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport.

CALGARY — The Transportation Safety Board sent investigators to Calgary International Airport on Thursday after a WestJet passenger plane was forced to return after taking off.

The board said there was a fire in the cargo compartment of the Boeing 737.

WestJet said in a statement that shortly after takeoff the crew on Flight 113 from Calgary to Vancouver was alerted by a fire indication light.

The statement said all passengers and crew were safe and were unloaded after landing.

WestJet apologized for the delay and inconvenience, but said safety is its first priority.

The plane has been removed from service for further inspection.