US Airways Jetstream 31 makes emergency landing after smoke appeared in cabin.
On 6 February a US Airways turboprop Jetstream 31 commuter aircraft flying from Evansville, Ind. made a emergency landing at Indianapolis airport after an oil leak in one engine caused smoke to seep into the cockpit and cabin.
The aircraft landed safely without injuries to any of the eight passengers and two crew, and the aircraft, operated as a US Airways Express flight by Chautauqua Airlines, has recommenced services after being inspected and repaired.
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|Date:||Feb 9, 2000|
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