US National Transportation Safety Board said it is inspecting a Monday incident in which a United Airlines Airbus A320 en route from New Orleans to San Francisco experienced smoke in the cockpit, forcing the aircraft to return to MSY 20 minutes after departure. Upon landing, it exited the left side of the MSY runway. According to NTSB, "Preliminary information indicates that, while climbing through 4,000 feet, the crew reportedly received automated warnings and detected smoke in the ...

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