ANA Makes Progress On 787 Engine Fix

Credit: Boeing
AUCKLAND—All Nippon Airways (ANA) has five of its Boeing 787s out of action as it continues inspections due to concerns about turbine-blade erosion in the fleet’s Rolls-Royce engines. The airline is progressively inspecting its 787 engines and replacing turbine blades, the carrier tells Aviation...

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