When engine problems disrupt operations, it is rare for airlines to publicly voice displeasure with the manufacturers. Instead, they talk about ongoing “cooperation” to resolve the matter, while pursuing compensation talks in private. Often, even big problems won’t dissuade an airline from ordering more of the manufacturer’s equipment, since they are already committed to their existing fleets and have the support infrastructure in place for future purchases. Air New ...

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