PARIS—Air Austral has leased two aircraft to help limit disruption to its peak summer schedule after it was forced to ground one of its Boeing 787 aircraft because of ongoing issues with Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines. One of the Indian Ocean-focused operator’s two 787s, registered F-OLRC, has been grounded since June 3 for an expected duration of at least two months. The aircraft mainly operate on the service between Paris and Mayotte, an overseas department of France, which ...

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