Canadian safety investigators with help from General Electric specialists are focusing on an unspecified turbine failure as a possible cause of a May 28 incident which led to the in-flight shut down of a GE90-115B powering an Air Canada Boeing 777-300ER. The event took place shortly after take-off from Toronto Pearson International Airport and forced the crew of the aircraft, bound for Tokyo Narita International Airport, to dump fuel before returning to land. Local media reports ...
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