New details of last month’s Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 uncontained failure are emerging that have impacted the Boeing 787 delivery schedule once more. Indicators point to a fault with the oil system that led to a fire developing inside the engine and damaged not just the engine, but also the infrastructure involved in the trial. The Aug. 2 incident on a ‘Package A’ configuration engine later prompted Boeing to push back first 787 deliveries to launch customer All Nippon Airways to February ...

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