Rolls-Royce is working diligently to fix reliability problems that have grounded dozens of Trent 1000-powered Boeing 787s, adding engine-shop capacity to repair cracked turbine blades and return aircraft to service. But meaningful relief for affected customers requires one of two things: a redesigned blade, or easing operating restrictions that limit the long-range Boeing twins’ ability to fly the routes they are designed to serve. The engine-maker is making progress on both.  A ...

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