Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)
2005-03-15: UPDATE TSB reported that shortly after takeoff from Winnipeg, MB the crew of an Air Canada A319 (C-GKOC), Flight ACA 288, reported smoke/fumes in the cabin and requested a return to Winnipeg. The aircraft landed without incident. The smoke/fumes was traced to glycol ingestion after deicing fluid entered the cabin air supply duct system. A high engine power run was completed for duct cleaning with engine air supply. The ducts were inspected and the air filters were replaced. The airconditioning pacts were run with no indication of smoke.
2005-03-10: ACA 288, an A319, departed Winnipeg for Montreal and when the flight was 40 NM east of YWG, the crew reported smoke in the cabin. The flight returned and landed without incident. The crew believes it might have been mist from the de-icing procedure. TSB will contact the company.
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