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Report of Odor in Cabin Diverts London-Bound Plane to Boston

A statement from the airline says the Airbus A330-300 with 154 passengers and a crew of 12 landed in Boston at 11: 48 p.m., around 90 minutes after taking off from Philadelphia. The plane was bound for London's Heathrow airport.

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An American Airlines flight from Philadelphia to London was diverted to Boston late Sunday after a report of a possible odor in the cabin, the airline said.

The airliner carrying 154 passengers and a crew of 12 landed in Boston at 11: 48 p.m., around 1 1/2 hours after taking off from Philadelphia, American Airlines said in a statement. The plane was bound for London's Heathrow airport.

The airline said no passengers had complained of illness. A maintenance team was reviewing the issue after the plane arrived at a gate.

The aircraft involved was an Airbus A330-300, the airline said. 

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