Gol B737 at Curitiba on May 7th 2018, rejected takeoff due to burning odour
Last Update: May 7, 2018 / 22:10:37 GMT/Zulu time
Passengers reported the crew explained the stench was due to a problem with the air conditioning.
The aircraft was able to depart about 3.5 hours later and reached Rio de Janeiro with a delay of about 3:15 hours.
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