Air New Zealand is facing significant disruption in its international network due to problems with the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines on its Boeing 787-9 fleet. The carrier has been forced to ground four of its 11 787s because of the Trent 1000 issues. Other operators of the engine have been dealing with the same problem for several months, but it became more urgent for Air New Zealand this week after two 787 flights had to turn back shortly after takeoff due to engine concerns. Because of ...

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