Aircraft turned back to Budapest airport
A passenger aircraft heading to Warsaw turned back to Ferihegy because the instruments showed a smoke alarm in the luggage-room of the plane, spokesman of Budapest Airport said. The aircraft of the Polish airlines landed without any problem at Ferihegy where it will be checked upon an actual smoke or a failure of the signal. (BBJ)
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