Badr B738 near Luxor on Jan 12th 2022, cargo smoke indication
Last Update: January 13, 2022 / 20:16:03 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement Boeing 737-800 registration OM-KEX was dispatched to Luxor, continued the flight and reached Istanbul with a delay of about 10 hours.
The airline reported a smoke indication for the forward cargo hold prompted the crew to divert to the nearest airport Luxor. The indication was determined false.
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