TAP Air Portugal is reporting toxic fume leakages in its new A330-900neo’s cabin

Operators of the Airbus A330-900neo recently have been reporting toxic fume leakages in the aircraft’s cabin, potentially coming from the engines, sources tell AirlineGeeks.

TAP Air Portugal, the first A330neo operator having taken delivery of the aircraft in November 2018, has been affected by air leakages infiltrating the cabin through the air conditioning system.

The fumes are presumed to be coming from the aircraft’s Rolls Royce Trent 7000 engines in the form of leaking fuel, according to a source familiar with the issue.

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