DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A Northwest Airlines plane made an emergency landing Sunday at Dayton International Airport, interrupting the city's air show.

The Boeing 757 was en route from Tampa, Fla., to Detroit when a computer for one of its engines failed, airline spokeswoman Leslie Parker said in an e-mail.

The crew shut down the engine and landed as a precaution, she said.

Nobody was injured. Six crew members and 182 passengers were on board.

The Dayton Air Show at the airport was halted for about 25 minutes while the plane landed.

Spectators applauded the landing, and the air show's announcer said over a loudspeaker, "All right, a piece of cake."