AAIB: Cabin-Fume Incidents Trigger Boeing, GE Changes

A first-of-its kind engine-part failure and related fume events on a British Airways (BA) Boeing 777-200 led to changes in GE Aviation's GE90 engine maintenance instructions and Boeing's cabin smoke and fume-related troubleshooting procedures, a UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) report...

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