Boeing, GE Probe Suspected ‘Core’ Engine Icing After 747-8 Incident

Boeing and General Electric are conducting flight tests of a 747-8 to study the buildup of ice crystals in the aircraft’s GEnx-2B engines as part of an investigation into an in-flight icing event on a Russian-operated freighter which damaged three engines. The incident is the latest encounter of a...

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