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RJ's flight to Doha returns to base due to an overheated oven

Posted 7 March 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian Airbus A319 that was en route from Amman to Doha early this morning returned to Amman an hour after take-off due to an overheated oven that resulted in a smell of electrical smoke in the galley area.

The captain decided to return to Queen Alia International Airport as a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of passengers and aircraft. 

The 87 passengers reached Doha this morning on board another RJ aircraft.

 

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