NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Smoke in the cockpit caused a flight heading for Europe to be diverted to Boston’s Logan International Airport.
After 8 o’clock on Monday night, the Lufthansa flight to Frankfurt, Germany, departed from Newark, New Jersey.
FlightAware claims that the plane turned back and landed unexpectedly at Logan International Airport while it was west of Nova Scotia.
The Massachusetts State Police verified to Fox News Digital that smoke in the cockpit was the reason the airplane was diverted.
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“The crew was wearing oxygen masks at the time. At 10:25 p.m., the jet touched down at Logan without further problem “In a statement, the Massachusetts State Police said.
326 individuals were reportedly aboard the Boeing 747, according to the police.
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There were no reported injuries.