Omni B772 over Atlantic on Nov 22nd 2014, burning smell and smoke in cockpit
Last Update: December 2, 2014 / 00:37:57 GMT/Zulu time
The Canadian TSB reported maintenance identified the cooling fan was identified as source of the smell and smoke. The fan was replaced.
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