Greenland DH8B at Narssarssuaq on May 22nd 2013, electrical problem and smoke in cockpit
Last Update: May 30, 2013 / 14:01:12 GMT/Zulu time
Denmarks Havarikommission reported a postflight examination confirmed the primary inverter was faulty and was the source of the smoke. An investigation has been opened.
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