United Eyes Pratt-Powered 777 Return; Nacelle Fix Delays Persist

Damaged PW4000 engine
Credit: NTSB
United Airlines is hopeful that its grounded, Pratt & Whitney-powered Boeing 777-200s could be back in service later this year, but work on required changes, notably reinforced nacelle components, is likely to push necessary regulatory approvals to 2022. “We’ve gone through an extensive set of...

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