Crews Respond In Oven, Mobile-Phone Smoke Incidents

Credit: Andreas van den Berg
WASHINGTON—Separate inflight smoke incidents in April and May turned out to be relatively innocuous, but demonstrated superior crew responses, according to new investigative reports by the Australian Transport Safety Board (ATSB). In the first incident, a United Airlines Boeing 787-900 (registered...

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