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DURATION: :59-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - KSPR - COURTESY KSPR, EMBARGO SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURIPoint Lookout, Missouri - 12 January, 20141. Wide, nose of plane, passengers getting on bus2. Wide, plane3. Wide, nose of plane, buses4. Extreme wide, plane, buses5. Wide, nose of plane, passengers, bus6. Wide, plane engine7. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Barron, Emergency Manager (Transcript Below)8. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeff Bourk, Branson Airport Executive Director (Transcript Below)9. Wide/zoom out, plane10. Wide, nose, of plane, ground crew moving around11. Extreme wide, plane12. Wide, back of plane13. Wide, front of plane, busesVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1THE PASSENGERS ON A SOUTHWEST AIRLINES FLIGHT FROM CHICAGO WERE IN FOR A SURPRISE ON SUNDAY NIGHT, WHEN THE PLANE FLEW TO THE WRONG AIRPORT.THE PLANE WITH 124 PASSENGERS AND FIVE CREW MEMBERS WAS SUPPOSED TO GO TO BRANSON, MISSOURI AIRPORT.INSTEAD IT LANDED AT THE MUCH SMALLER M-GRAHAM CLARK DOWNTOWN AIRPORT, ABOUT SEVEN MILES AWAY.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Chris Barron, Emergency Manager"We got crews here on the scene and found out very quickly that it was a very uneventful landing without any incident."SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Jeff Bourk, Branson Airport Executive Director"They just landed and we got everyone onto the buses and transported back to the Branson Airport."TRACK-2THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION IS INVESTIGATING WHAT WENT WRONG.THE RUNWAY WHERE THE PLANE LANDED IS MUCH SHORTER THAN THE ONE IN BRANSON, BUT SOUTHWEST SAYS THE PLANE WILL BE ABLE TO TAKE OFF.THE PLANE WAS ORIGINALLY SUPPOSED TO CONTINUE FROM BRANSON TO DALLAS, BUT A SOUTHWEST SPOKESMAN SAYS A SEPARATE PLANE WAS FLOWN IN TO PICK UP PASSENGERS INSTEAD.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.