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Southwest Diverts After Bird Strike & Smoke In Cabin

On Mar. 5, Southwest flight SWA3923 had just departed Havana, Cuba (HAV) bound for Ft. Lauderdale, FL (FLL) when the flight experienced a bird strike to the engine & nose. The strike to the engine led to smoke filling the cabin, forcing the crew to return to Havana. The flight landed safely, and passengers were evacuated via the slides due to the cabin smoke. Passengers were then taken to the terminal via bus & were accommodated on another flight. The incident is under investigation.

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