A flight on Monday from New York City to Miami had to be diverted back to John F. Kennedy airport when the seats came loose.
They diverted to the nearest airport, Takamatsu, and were on the ground within 16 minutes.
In fact, the agency did not even know how many bags had been diverted to the “alternative” methods.
A natural disaster cannot be stopped, cannot be slowed, and cannot be diverted.
But as the battle raged near the edge of the runway all flights had to be diverted to other cities.
At his name my reflections were diverted into another channel.
Brilliana, as she descended the stair, diverted her speech to Thoroughgood.
It diverted him to speculate as to how much weight each of the steers would probably put on by spring.
Ulick smiled, and the current of his darker mood was diverted.
But she became grave, and was diverted from her own affairs when she observed him more closely.
early 15c., from Middle French divertir (14c.), from Latin divertere "to turn in different directions," blended with devertere "turn aside," from dis- "aside" and de- "from" + vertere "to turn" (see versus). Related: Diverted; diverting.