“Possible smoke in the cabin” forces plane to emergency land

REPORTS of “possible smoke in the cabin” forces a plane to emergency land back at Tenerife North Airport where it had just left.

As reported by Air Traffic Controllers on their official Twitter account, a plane, shortly after taking off from the Tenerife North Airport-City of La Laguna, had to return after the scary incident was reported.

According to the air traffic application ‘flightradar24’, the Airbus A321-251NX, bound for Madrid, had to return after detecting a possible smoke leak in the cabin.

Upon receiving the information, troops in the control tower removed any traffic that could interfere and the plane landed without incident.

After reviewing the cabin, and the plane, it was cleared to continue its operations.

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Matthew Roscoe

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