Qantas is hopeful it will be able to return its Airbus A380s to service over the weekend once engineers have completed inspections on its fleet after the engine failure suffered on Nov. 4. Qantas grounded its five remaining Rolls-Royce Trent 900-powered aircraft pending more information after its first A380 (VH-OQA) suffered an apparent uncontained engine failure departing Singapore for Sydney. Speaking to journalists on Nov. 5, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said that a team of Rolls ...

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