Tiger A320 near Ho Chi Minh City on Jan 6th 2017, burning odour in cabin
Last Update: January 6, 2017 / 20:05:28 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement A320-200 registration 9V-TRD was dispatched to Ho Chi Minh City, resumed the flight and reached Singapore with a delay of 7.5 hours.
The airline reported the aircraft was grounded for an examination by maintenance after a burning odour was detected in the cabin.
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