Rolls-Royce is widening the scope of checks on the Trent 1000 family of engines after issues were found in other derivatives of the Boeing 787 engine. Rolls-Royce is inspecting hundreds of Trent 1000 Package C engines over concerns about cracks found in the blades of the intermediate pressure (IP) compressor rotor, but it has subsequently discovered the issue has also impacted “a small number” of high-life Package B model engines, the company announced June 11. The Package ...

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