Door Problem Forces Passenger Jet to Set Down at Milan Airport

ROME (AP) -- An Alitalia flight en route from Paris to Rome was forced to land at Milan's Malpensa airport, after a hissing sound was heard coming from one of the aircraft's doors, an Italian news agency said.

The plane landed safely Tuesday night and no injuries were reported, the Apcom news agency said.

The Airbus 321, which carried 121 people, touched down at 11:05 p.m. (2205 GMT), over an hour after takeoff. The passengers continued their journey to Rome on another flight, Apcom reported.