Expressjet CRJ2 near Greenville on Dec 16th 2015, electrical smell in cockpit

Last Update: December 17, 2015 / 22:12:12 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Dec 16, 2015

Classification
Incident

Airline
Expressjet

Flight number
DL-4941

Aircraft Registration
N844AS

ICAO Type Designator
CRJ2

An Expressjet Canadair CRJ-200 on behalf of Delta Airlines, registration N844AS performing flight DL-4941 from Roanoke,VA to Atlanta,GA (USA), was climbing out of Roanoke when the crew stopped the climb at FL260 about 40nm north of Greenville/Spartanburg,SC (USA) due to an electrical smell on the flightdeck and decided to divert to Greenville, where the aircraft landed safely about 25 minutes later. Emergency services did not need to intervene.

The remainder of the flight was cancelled.
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Dec 16, 2015

Classification
Incident

Airline
Expressjet

Flight number
DL-4941

Aircraft Registration
N844AS

ICAO Type Designator
CRJ2

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