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Incident: British Airways B772 at Abuja on Jan 24th 2009, smoke in cockpit
By Simon Hradecky, created Sunday, Jan 25th 2009 09:43Z, last updated Sunday, Jan 25th 2009 09:43Z
The crew of a British Airways Boeing 777-200, registration G-VIIH performing flight BA-82 from Abuja (Nigeria) to London Heathrow,EN (UK) with 172 passengers and 14 crew, declared emergency and diverted to the nearest airport Kano (Nigeria) when smoke became visible in the cockpit and smell of smoke was noticed in the first class cabin. The flight crew donned their oxygen masks, the passenger oxygen masks were not deployed. The landing in Kano was safe, the passengers disembarked normally.
The crew of the inbound flight BA-83 had already declared PAN while on arrival to Abuja. Engineers isolated one air conditioning system and thought they'd have fixed the problem. BA-82 departed with a delay of nearly 6 hours as a result.
The flight is currently expected to arrive in Heathrow with a delay of more than 24 hours.