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Incident - Sept. 22, 2006 - Brindisi, None

The flight, operated by Delta Air Lines Inc., was scheduled to depart from N/A en route to N/A.

Fatalities 0
Serious injuries0
Minor injuries0
Source: National Transportation Safety Board accident database system (ADMS2000), last updated Jan 1, 2010

Factual Narrative

On September 22, 2006, a Delta B-777-200 en route from Israel to Atlanta, GA, experienced smoke and fire from the lower corner of the first officer's front window. The flight crew donned their oxygen masks, declared an emergency, and diverted to Brindisi, Italy. The investigation is under the jurisdiction of the Italian ANSV.

Source: National Transportation Safety Board accident database system (ADMS2000), last updated Jan 1, 2010