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The flight is diverted after a pilot spilled coffee on a control panel, smoke fills the cockpit

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On Sept. 12, in the united kingdom, the Department for Transport (Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) revealed in a report from a Condor Airlines flight from Frankfurt, Germany to Cancun, Mexico, in February, it was forced to make an emergency landing after the pilot project, the coffee was accidentally hit in the airplane, aircraft control panel.

The splatter caused an “immediate interference” with the device, it will burn so hot as to start melting one of the buttons,” the AAIB said. In the end, the room was diverted to Shannon, Ireland, after a small amount of smoke entered the cockpit.

A Condor Airlines flight from Frankfurt, Germany to Cancun, Mexico, in February, it was forced to make an emergency landing after the pilot project, the coffee was accidentally hit in the airplane, aircraft control panel.
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On Feb. 6, a Condor Airlines flight DE2116 has increased over the North Atlantic Ocean, where the 49-year-old pilot, his lidless cup of coffee on the table in the cockpit, and the drink was a sudden “change” in the first audio control panel (ACP1), says the report.

“Is the coffee on the centre console and it was quick to dry, but it resulted in an immediate failure of ACP1 of those who made the VHF [radio] broadcasts, and public announcements of this unit,” the release detailed. “The crew tried to isolate it from the control panel, but it was not possible to do this from within the cockpit. And then… the ACP1 unit, it was very hot, and failed, and then there was an electrical burning smell in the cockpit.”

A picture of a cup of coffee, shown here in a cup holder, which spilled and caused the plane to land early.
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Minutes later, the “audio control panel co-pilot side of (ACP2) it was warm enough to begin melting one of the buttons on it, and it failed. A small amount of smoke was observed coming from the ACP1.”

In response to this, the pilot quickly diverted to Shannon airport in Ireland, just as a precaution. The crew on the flight, supplemental oxygen is used, and a pilot project was kept on oxygen “at all times” during the forced landing.

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Take a picture of the ACP1 and ACP2 boxes in the cockpit.
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Flight DE2116 was going to land in Shannon, there’s no problem, and none of the 326 passengers and 11 crew members on board, of the reported injuries are related to smoke, fumes, or left in fire.”

Although the reps for Thomas Cook Airlines, the operator of a Germany-based airline Condor, were not immediately available to further comment, a spokeswoman for the Attribute presented on Fox News with the following statement about the story:

“The flight DE2116 from Frankfurt to Cancun on the 6th of February 2019 at the latest, will be redirected to the airport in Shannon airport, as a precautionary measure, in order to have a small amount of smoke in the cockpit, and after a liquid spill. After that, the aircraft was inspected and repaired by our experienced team of engineers, and the flight is continued by the Manchester, is due to the legal opening hours of the crew,” she said at the Sept. 13.

Flight DE2116 was going to land in Shannon, there’s no problem, and none of the 326 passengers and 11 crew members on board, of the reported injuries are related to smoke, fumes, or left in fire.”
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“Safety is always our number one priority, and we have thoroughly investigated the incident, and a review of the proceedings of the liquids in the cabin. Our crews have been reminded of the careful management and use of appropriate containers for water or coffee,” the Condor is the official follow-up.

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