Singapore Airlines (SIA) announced on Apr. 2 that it has grounded two of its nine Boeing 787-10 due to premature blade deterioration found on the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 TEN engines. “As safety is our top priority, the SIA Group, in consultation with Rolls-Royce, proactively identified other Trent 1000 TEN engines in the Group’s 787 fleet to undergo precautionary inspections. All of these engine inspections on SIA’s 787-10 fleet have now been completed, and a remaining ...

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