Pegasus B738 near Salzburg on May 3rd 2016, air conditioning failure
Last Update: May 4, 2016 / 15:55:02 GMT/Zulu time
A passenger reported that there was a deep droning sound followed by a smell like burning cables, the oxygen masks were subsequently released. Cabin crew advised that the burning odour was caused by the passenger oxygen masks.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Stuttgart 22 hours after landing.
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