Investigation Fails To Finds Reason For Icelandair 757 Cabin Air Incident

German investigators have not been able to determine why cabin crew of an Icelandair Boeing 757-200 experienced “headaches, dizziness and sweating” and other symptoms during the cruise and descent portions of a July 18, 2012 flight from Keflavik International Airport Reykjavik to Frankfurt Airport...

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