FAA and EASA are being urged to mandate a 10-year-old Honeywell service bulletin (SB) that U.K. Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) investigators believe would have prevented a cabin-smoke event that led to a chaotic evacuation of an American Airlines A330 at London Heathrow Airport in June 2016. The incident was caused when the A330-300's auxiliary power unit (APU) load compressor bearing was "compromised" by metallic debris in its shared oil system. That caused the load compressor ...

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