Printed headline: Clearing the Air   When American Airlines Flight 729 took off from London’s Heathrow Airport on a routine flight to Philadelphia on Oct. 21, a strong odor engulfed the cabin of the Airbus A330-300, prompting the flight crew to divert to Dublin, where it landed safely. News media reported that passengers complained of burning eyes and itchy skin. Of the 287 customers and 12 crew onboard, two crew members and one customer were taken to the hospital for ...

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