'Unusual' smell puts damper on inaugural Icelandair flight

The first-ever Icelandair flight from Philadelphia to Reykjavik was diverted to Boston early Wednesday morning after the pilots noticed an "unusual" smell in the aircraft, the airline said.
0:52 | 05/31/17

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Heavily promoted flight from Philadelphia to Iceland was diverted to Boston overnight. The flight was Iceland airs first ever from Philly to Reykjavik and the mayors of both cities were on board. But the pilots noticed an unusual smell when it could determine what it was it changed course and landed in Boston there were no other problems or injures reported to do. Do we are in place. My friend and I actually had BSE in the back room. From signal coming from the back of the plane. And there was de Beers no doubt on the plane disintegrated into the map. All of that play or watch a movie. And I noticed throughout the movie that we round of course do everything we. On the course the Boston thought about maybe they'll affect. What should turn of the Carol monitor it's. That we turn around and loan.

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