Jetstar Japan A320 near Tokyo on Sep 20th 2015, burning odour in cockpit
Last Update: September 21, 2015 / 13:12:58 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement A320-200 registration JA11JJ reached Sapporo with a delay of 2 hours.
The airline reported an equipment cooling fan seized.
Japan's Ministry of Transport confirmed an equipment cooling fan was identified as source of the burning odour.
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