Rolls-Royce is completing development of a suite of modifications designed to resolve the reliability issues plaguing a large portion of the Trent 1000-powered Boeing 787 fleet and is confident the final changes will be cleared for introduction in the next few months. The improvements are expected to allow operators of earlier-standard Package B and C engines to resume long-range flights with no limits, as well as relieve them of inspection burdens imposed earlier this year by regulators ...

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