General Electric and Boeing are accelerating efforts to introduce new engine control software to counter core icing following further incidents of power loss in GEnx-powered 747-8s and 787s. Although the two companies remain on track to roll out corrective software to operators in the first quarter of 2014, the increasing number of events affecting the GEnx-powered fleet has prompted Boeing to issue an advisory to operators warning them to avoid conditions where the rare phenomenon has ...

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