An American Airlines flight that departed from Chicago and was headed to Miami made an emergency landing Wednesday morning at Orlando International Airport after an engine indicator came on, airport officials said.

Flight 1411 left Chicago earlier in the morning and made the emergency landing at 9:36 a.m. in Orlando, an American Airlines spokesperson said. A right engine indicator showed overheating, according to Rod Johnson, public information officer for the airport.

There were 132 passengers and six crew members on board the flight, which landed without incident, Johnson said. No injuries were reported.

No other information was immediately available.