Emergency evacuation on Royal Air Maroc Boeing 737-800 after smoke was detected


On 25 August, a Royal Air Maroc Boeing 737-800 (CN-RNP) operated flight AT750 between Casablanca, Morocco and Paris Orly, France. According to preliminary reports, a supervisor noticed smoke coming out from one of the aircraft’s engines prompting the crew to initiate an evacuation. Emergency slides were deployed at the rear of the aircraft only.

The aircraft is still parked at the Orly airport at moment of writing.


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