Two of the three main Trent 900 operators, Singapore Airlines and Lufthansa, turned up no findings on the engines of their Airbus A380 fleets, after the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued and airworthiness directive (AD) for engine checks earlier this week. The moves were caused by a fault in one engine on a Singapore Airlines A380 flight from Singapore to Hongkong in July. At the time, pilots noticed a high intermediate pressure vibration fault and fluctuating engine ...
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