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Fiji Qantas flight to Sydney forced to turn back after fumes in the cabin


Qantas flight to Sydney forced to turn back and land in Fiji after crew notice ‘fumes’ billowing from the aircraft – as major concerns are raised over the airline’s fifth turnback this week

  • Qantas flight QF102 from Fiji turned back after fumes in cabin
  • Pilots requested priority turnback landing on Sunday as precaution
  • This is the Aussie airline’s fifth turnback in the past week 

A Qantas flight to Sydney has returned to Fiji as a precaution after pilots received a report of fumes in the cabin – days after a service from Auckland issued a mayday following an engine shutdown.

The incident, on Sunday evening, is the airline’s fifth turnback in the past week.

Pilots on the Boeing 737 aircraft flight QF102 from Nadi, in Fiji, to Sydney requested a priority – not…



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