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UPS Boeing DC-8 Plane Has Smoke In Cockpit – Philadelphia

According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and several published media reports, a United Parcel Service (UPS) DC-8 landed with a fire in the aft fuselage while the crew was reporting smoke in the cockpit. The incident occurred at 1:25 am local time, at Philadelphia International Airport, the morning of February 8, 2006



The UPS Boeing/Douglas DC-8-71 carried registration number N748UP and it suffered substantial damage according to the FAA. Photographs and video depict a fuselage on fire and an airplane that may be total loss. There were no injuries

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