Lufthansa is working on initiatives to reduce cabin fume events on its fleet of Airbus A380s. The measures include alterations to the Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines, procedural changes and better surveillance of cabin air quality. The airline says it has experienced an unusual number of cabin fume events on its A380 services, particularly when outbound from Singapore. In the events, cabin crew and passengers reported unusual odors in the cabin, but the problems did not cause health ...
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