It was reported yesterday by the "Telejornal" of RTPi (Portuguese International TV Channel) that a KLM plane flying Lisbon - Oporto - Amsterdam route the-day-before-yesterday detected a disfunction of the right engine, which was reported to be "abnormally vibrating", which caused the last flight leg to be cancelled, leaving the passengers inland at OPO.
The news service has not advanced what aircraft was making the route, but since this route is normally flown with a 767 and it was said that "nearly 250 passengers were left inland", I presume the equipment was really a B767. It was not advanced as well what time had the plane taken off from Oporto, nor if the plane stayed inland and other plane had to come from AMS. All that was said is that the KLM service was not really serviceable, and there was a big lack of information and care.
Could any of our Portuguese friends here (Mirage, CV990, JR737, etc.) confirm this and eventually add something new and more concrete?
TP343, São Paulo, Brazil.
P.S. KLM's 767s are GE CF6 powered.