GEnx Gets All-Clear After 787 Engine Check

LOS ANGELES— General Electric says a series of just-completed checks show a GEnx-1B engine failure that forced the crew of a Thomson Airways Boeing 787 to divert to an airport in the Azores on Aug. 5 was an isolated one-off event. The aircraft, which was operating a TUI flight from Puerto Plata in...

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