Severe turbulence forced an Allegiant flight to make an emergency landing on Thursday.
It happened on a flight to Punta Cana from Pittsburgh. The plane encountered turbulence over the Bahamas and was forced to land in Florida.
137 passengers and 6 crew members were on board. 7 people were injured. None of the injuries were life threatening.
The incident comes at a time when Allegiant Air is under major scrutiny. Hundreds of pilots have threatened to quit saying the airline cuts corners and overworks its staff.
Just 24 hours earlier, turbulence hit an Ethihad flight to Jakarta. Passengers posted pictures of the damage, including a cracked ceiling and aisles littered with debris.