Boeing 767-31K, G-DAJC, 21 October 2006

Boeing 767-31K, G-DAJC


On the aircraft’s first flight since the left engine had been changed, the flight crew experienced burning smells together with smoke on the flight deck. The aircraft returned for an uneventful landing. The source of the smoke was suspected to be oil contamination associated with the replacement engine.

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Published 10 December 2014