Southwest B737 near Chicago on Apr 19th 2017, smoke signals
Last Update: April 20, 2017 / 21:44:00 GMT/Zulu time
A passenger reported an e-cigarette began smoking when the aircraft was over South Bend,IN (USA).
The occurrence aircraft was able to depart for the next sector about 75 minutes after landing.
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