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An easy Jet spokeswoman said: "Easy Jet can confirm that four of its flights flying in the west of the UK have reported smoke smells in the cockpit today, believed to be linked to atmospheric circumstances due to storm Ophelia.
"Two flights returned shortly after take-off and two flights requested an expedited landing as a precaution only.
"Current plans are to operate a normal schedule tomorrow across the network." Meanwhile, A number of flights to UK airports have been diverted after "smoke smells" were reported on board.
Easy Jet said four of its flights were diverted due to "atmospheric circumstances".
The crew, who were all recruited since 2010, are employed on less favourable terms than longer-serving staff.
FLYBE is the latest airline to cancel flights due to the impact of Storm Ophelia.
Most other key long-haul Mixed Fleet routes, including Bangkok, Beijing, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, Singapore and Sydney, appear to be unaffected.
The Mixed Fleet strike is the latest and longest stoppage in an increasingly bitter dispute that began over what Unite calls “poverty pay”.
A British Airways spokeswoman said the carrier has had "some reports of smells on board" but the aircraft continued to their destinations.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport stated that "atmospheric conditions" are believed to be causing flights to divert.
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