Luxair B737 near Luxembourg on Apr 27th 2013, returned twice because of burning odour in cabin
Apr 28, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: AVHerald
A Luxair Boeing 737-700, registration LX-LGS performing flight LG-263 from Luxembourg to Bastia with 141 passengers, was climbing out of Luxembourg when a burning odour developed in the cabin prompting the crew to stop the climb at FL270 and return to Luxembourg for a safe landing on runway 06 about 40 minutes after departure.
Apparently two seperate aircraft which both suffered tge same problem. Also seems that Luxair have not made (refused) any comment.
|Mozambique: LAM Explains Delays in Its Flights||Jul 21||Arlindo Esperma||1|
|NZ Minister McCully Urged to Resign After Error...||Jul 14||rahman malaysia||2|
|Bidding for 777X: N. Charleston dreams of more ... (Dec '13)||Jul 9||hillbilly||3|
|Southwest: You're now free to leave the country||Jul 7||ramp rat||2|
|Malaysian Diplomat Returned to New Zealand to F...||Jul 3||_malon_goblok||1|
|United plane's evacuation slide deploys mid-flight||Jul 1||Mexican Hillbilly||3|
|Pilot Shoots Down Theory That Malaysia Airlines...||Jun 30||_malon_goblok||1|