FAA Directive Requires Rework On Boeing 787 GEnx-1B Engines

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Operators of Boeing 787s powered by upgraded General Electric GEnx-1Bs are grinding out additional space in their engine fan cases to prevent contact with the fan blades in the event of shedding ice or some other contact with a foreign object. The work is mandated by an April 22 FAA airworthiness...

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