Jetblue Flight B6-275 has Smoke in Cabin Over the Atlantic

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Jetblue Airlines Flight B6-275 was en route to San Juan from Hartford when smoke entered the cabin as the plane was flying over the Atlantic.

Despite the smell of smoke getting stronger, the crew was unable to locate its source.

The crew then deployed oxygen masks and declared an emergency, conducting an emergency landing at the nearest airport John F. Kennedy, New York.

The A320-200 aircraft safely landed 37 minutes after it diverted course.

An article of this incident can be found here.

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