TransAsia Incident Spurs Water Heater Inspections

WASHINGTON—Smoke coming from the rear galley of a TransAsia Airways Airbus A320-200 on climb-out from Taipei in July 2016 was due to manufacturing issues in the hot-water-heater power module, according to Taiwan’s Aviation Safety Council (ASC). The ASC’s final report , issued July 17, did not...

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