American Airlines Boeing 767-300 Diverts Following Burning Odor

An American Airlines Boeing 767-300 has been diverted following the presence of a burning odor in the cabin, as well as in the cockpit. The incident took place on flight AA-734 after departing Philadelphia on September 25th. The flight was en route to Manchester (UK) when crew made the decision to divert to St. Johns in Newfoundland. The aircraft landed safely with its 170 passengers and crew on board around four and a half hours after taking off.
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Hey there!
While this is frightening, we don’t create topics for every minor incident in the world of aviation. That could lead to hundreds of new topics a week.
Thanks for you understanding!


I wonder what it could’ve been? Maybe circuitry

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Alright, who burnt the pancakes? 🤔