Thai Airways is grounding some of its Boeing 787-8s because of delays in fixing engine problems also affecting other operators of Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines. The Thai flag carrier has not specified how long the aircraft will be parked, but said the engine spare parts issues will be “alleviated” in August. It expects things to “return to normal” in September. Local media has reported that four of the airline’s six 787s have been grounded. Other operators ...

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