Cathay B773 near Wuhan on Dec 9th 2012, smell in cockpit
A Cathay Airlines Boeing 777-300, registration B-KPP performing flight CX-251 from Hong Kong to London Heathrow,EN with 238 passengers and 18 crew, was enroute near Wuhan when the crew decided to divert to Wuhan due to some odour in the cockpit.
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#1 Dec 9, 2012
Another cabin fume incident!
Regardless of aircraft type here is another Cabin Air Fume incident implying that the crew and pax were all subject to tri crysl phosphate (TCP a Neuro toxin ) from the engine oil gaining access to the airconditioning via the 'bleed air' intakes.
Hopefully none of those on board will be negatively impacted by the ingestion of the poisons!
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