WASHINGTON—Canadian air safety investigators remain stumped as to the source of the coffee or soft drink that caused a crucial avionics electronics box in the belly of an Air Canada Embraer 190-100 to short-circuit and catch fire during a May 2016 flight. Air Canada Flight 361, en route from Boston to Toronto with 61 passengers and four crew members, was cruising at 36,000 ft. in visual weather conditions when a series of electric-system-fault messages appeared in the cockpit, shortly ...

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