Serbia AT72 near Budapest on Sep 23rd 2022, electrical smoke in cockpit
Last Update: September 29, 2022 / 16:27:13 GMT/Zulu time
Hungary's KBSZ reported the crew reported electrical smoke in the cockpit and diverted to Budapest. There were no injuries. The KBSZ opened an investigation into the serious incident.
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