Passengers and crews are reporting incidents of fumes—possibly toxic—in cabins
Lufthansa is pushing for new tools to diagnose cabin air quality following passenger reports about cabin fumes onboard Airbus A380s and a serious incident involving an A319. But health damages have not been proven scientifically. The airline is putting in place initiatives to reduce the number of cabin fume events on its A380s. The measures include adjustments to the Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines, procedural changes and better surveillance of cabin air quality. The cabin fume ...
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