Lufthansa A321 near Izmir on Jun 1st 2018, electrical odour in cabin
Last Update: June 1, 2018 / 21:58:34 GMT/Zulu time
The airline reported the aircraft diverted due to the development of an odour in the aft lavatory area, a short circuit is being suspected.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Izmir about 10 hours after landing.
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