PARIS—Air Austral said it would ground the second of its Boeing 787-8s, registered F-OLRB, for three months from Aug. 24, as part of broader inspections of 787-8s fitted with Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines. The La Reunion-based airline said it had opted to wet lease an Airbus A380 from Portuguese charter airline HiFly, signing a contract to that effect on Aug. 2 and is looking for other options to cover it from Sept. 9 onward.  Air Austral warned that there could be changes to ...

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