Caribbean B738 over Atlantic on Apr 11th 2014, smell of smoke
Last Update: April 12, 2014 / 17:45:56 GMT/Zulu time
The incident aircraft was able to continue the flight as flight BW-3425 the following day and reached Port of Spain with a delay of 26.5 hours.
Police reported the aircraft diverted after an electrical burning smell was observed in the cabin.
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