Korean B773 near Tokyo on Apr 14th 2013, smoke in cockpit
Last Update: April 15, 2013 / 14:21:27 GMT/Zulu time
Japan's Transport Ministry reported the flight crew had reported smoke in the cockpit, however cabin crew had observed a small amount of smoke in a galley above a refrigerator. An investigation is under way.
The aircraft was able to continue the journey 14.5 hours after landing and reached Los Angeles with a delay of 15 hours.
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