Rolls-Royce has warned airlines that additional checks of its Trent 1000 engine powering the Boeing 787 will be needed to resolve ongoing issues with the engine’s compressor. The aero engine manufacturer said it wants to carry out additional inspections, on top of those previously planned to better understand the durability of the Package C compressor of the Trent 1000, which is featured on nearly 200 787s. Operators including Air New Zealand, British Airways, Santiago-based LATAM, ...

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