Northwest Airlines: Two emergency landings in as many days

These have been a bumpy few days for Northwest Airlines.

First, on Sunday, a Northwest flight from Tampa to Detroit had to make an emergency landing in Dayton, Ohio after a computer for one of the engines malfunctioned, the Associated Press reports.

Then yesterday, a Northwest flight from Minneapolis to Chicago had to make an emergency landing in Madison, Wisconsin, when a gauge failure caused the pilot to think there had been a drop in cabin pressure.

The 115 passengers on board the flight had to be bused to Chicago, a Northwest spokesman told the AP.

In both cases, Northwest Airline officials said no one was injured.