An American Eagle flight had to make an emergency landing in Rochester around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. The flight was on its way from Syracuse to Chicago when it landed here.
Dave Damelio, Director of Aviation for Monroe County, says according to pilots, a fire inidcator light inside the cockpit signaled.
That light means there could be smoke somewhere in the aircraft.
The plane decided to make an emergency landing at the Rochester International Airport.
The pilots never saw or smelled smoke, but some passengers did report smelling smoke in the cabin.
Fire crews searched the aircraft and found nothing wrong.
They were looking into if someone was smoking on board, or if the light malfunctioned.
Smoking is a federal offense on an airline flight.
However, an FAA spokesman says no one was arrested as a result of the emergency landing.
There were 42 passengers and crew onboard the flight.
No one was hurt.