British Airways Plane Diverts to Canada due to Odor in Cabin
British Airways flight BA-114 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Halifax Stanfield International Airport, Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada, on April 29th.
The Boeing 777-200, en-route to London, England, from New York, was mid-air when the crew detected burning odor in the cabin, prompting the plane to divert as a precaution.
The plane landed uneventfully.
All passengers onboard remained unharmed.