WASHINGTON—The NTSB is looking into the second Pratt & Whitney PW1500G engine failure involving a low-pressure compressor stage 1 rotor in two months—both involving Swiss International Air Lines A220-300s operating the same route. The second incident took place Sept. 16, an NTSB update said. The aircraft—registered HB-JCA, delivered in May 2017—was climbing out of Geneva International Airport en route to London Heathrow when the left-side PW1524G engine ...

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