The engine stalled cabin of China Eastern Airlines during take-off acceleration was filled with burning smell

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 The engine stalled cabin of China Eastern Airlines during take-off acceleration was filled with burning smell


According to the airline material information of microbloggers, netizens reported that MU5103 flights from Shanghai to Beijing today, when the aircraft took off and accelerated, the engine suddenly stalled and the emergency brake, the cabin was filled with the smell of burning. At present, Hongqiao flights in Shanghai take off and land normally, which is not a big problem.

According to the Global Times:

On December 20, some netizens reported that the engine of Oriental Airlines MU5103 flights from Shanghai to Beijing suddenly stalled when it took off and accelerated, and the aircraft braked urgently. The cabin smelled of burning. Eastern Airlines customer service responded that due to flight delays caused by aircraft failure, subsequent repairs may also be possible to change the model.

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