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Posted by: Forum Manager Posted on: July 09, 2016, 03:44:44 PM
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We removed several topics from Acident Stories, leaving those with over 1000 views or relevent to MSP.  If we can find a reporter, we will add posts along this lime.  There have been more reports of smoke, mist, or fumes in cockpits and cabins, but if investigations were made, causes were not found very often.

Many, but not all, of the aircraft that had to land used "by-pass air" drawn through the fans (turbos) and bled off for ventilation inside the engine nacelle.
 


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