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American Airlines, says it is a “potential fragrance”, the debt of a flight being diverted to Boston on Wednesday night. The carrier has also confirmed that 10 of the 12 members of the crew were later evaluated at a Boston hospital.
The flight, which took off shortly before 10 a.m., the Philadelphia International Airport, had been scheduled to fly to Heathrow airport in London, before landing at Boston’s Logan International Airport just before midnight.
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“The plane, an Airbus A330-300, with 154 passengers, and a crew of 12, landed safely at about 11:48 a.m. ET and taxied into the gate, American Airlines said in a statement shared with Fox News.
Ten of the 12 members of the crew have asked for it to be transported to a hospital for evaluation, all of which were later released. No customers have experienced any problems,” the rep continued.
Ten of the 12 members of the crew have asked for it to be transported to a hospital for evaluation, all of which were later set free.”
American Airlines will not go into detail about the source of the smell, although several of the passengers, who spoke to WBZ-TV, has been described as a “burning smell” and a “funny smell.”
“I thought we had an upset stomach, so I just ignored it,” one passenger told the outlet.
The pilot had also been referred to as a “problem” with regard to the odor, according to WCVB, but it is definitely on the ground, “A-OK” regardless of the situation.
“That’s what We call a” dirty sock smell,'” he reportedly said on the radio, WCVB reports.
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The carrier confirmed that all of the 154 passengers were provided with hotels in Boston, before moving to London on Tuesday.