RALEIGH, N.C. — Studies that an American Airways aircraft at Raleigh-Durham Worldwide Airport was evacuated on Sunday after a passenger “handed fuel” are unfaithful, the airline stated in a press release.
Flight 1927 from Charlotte to Raleigh landed at 2:21 p.m. on Sunday. Shortly after the aircraft arrived on the gate, a number of passengers complained of an odor within the cabin, airline spokeswoman Lakesha Brown advised the Information & Observer.
Based on WNCN, passengers have been evacuated from the aircraft after experiencing “complications and nausea” brought on by the odor.
An airport spokesperson initially advised WNCN the odor was brought on by a passenger who “handed fuel.” An up to date assertion from the airport referred to the incident a “medical name” after the planed deplaned “usually.”
“The medical name got here in for somebody affected by an odor after the aircraft deplaned usually,” the airport official stated within the assertion.
On Sunday night, American Airways spokesman Ross Feinstein stated the aircraft was faraway from service as a consequence of an odor and a mechanical problem — however not “handed fuel.”
“We did have an plane from Charlotte to RDU this afternoon, that landed at 2:19 p.m. ET, and arrived the gate at 2:21 p.m. ET, that’s presently out of service for an precise mechanical situation – and odor within the cabin. However it isn’t on account of “handed fuel” as talked about,” Feinstein stated.