Etihad B789 near Abu Dhabi on Jul 4th 2022, unusual smell on board
Last Update: July 4, 2022 / 18:30:09 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement Boeing 787-10 registration A6-BMD reached Moscow with a delay of about 6 hours.
The airline reported the aircraft returned to Abu Dhabi due to an unusual smell in the cabin.
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