On April 17, 2018, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380, a plane going from New York-LaGuardia Airport to Dallas Love Field, had a problem with one of its engines. The engine that had the issue was on the left side of the plane and was called CFM56-7B.

The front part of the airplane's engine cover was broken during a problem, and pieces of it hit the main body of the plane, breaking a window in the passenger area and causing the air pressure inside to drop suddenly. Some of the pieces also damaged one of the wings. The pilot quickly descended the plane and landed at Philadelphia International Airport for an emergency.

One person died and eight others got hurt in a plane crash. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found out that the crash likely happened because a metal part in one of the engines broke due to fatigue. This caused the engine to fail, leading to the accident.