EASA mandates more frequent A330 engine inlet inspections

Credit: Rolls-Royce
Operators of Rolls-Royce-powered Airbus A330s face more frequent inspections of engine inlet cowls following a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) mandate based on revised recommendations from the aircraft manufacturer.The checks, first mandated in September 2011, focus on acoustic panels that...

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