Some Boeing 787 engines at risk: Air New Zealand forced to cancel a large number of flights

Air New Zealand said orders for about 14,000 passengers would be cancelled between December 10 and January 5 as rolls-royce sons on the Boeing 787-9 were being inspected,media reported. The report noted that since 2016, some Boeing 787s installed Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines, turbine blades corrosion and even cracks. Rollo admitted that the problem existed and set a replacement time for the turbine blades.

Some Boeing 787 engines at risk: Air New Zealand forced to cancel a large number of flights

Air New Zealand’s Boeing 787-9 fleet is equipped with 10 Rolls-Royce engines and no replacement engines are available during maintenance. It also means that air New Zealand will have a large number of flights between December 10 and January 5 next year, with orders for about 14,000 passengers cancelled.

Rolls-Royce and Rolls-Royce are translated by English-language Rolls-Royce. Initially, the company was mainly engaged in automotive design, production and sales business, but also engaged in engine manufacturing. After World War II, the production of aero engines became one of the company’s main businesses.

As a result of the loss of developing a new type of aviation engine in 1971, the debt led to bankruptcy. It was restructured with the intervention of the British government, dividing the company into two companies, automotive and aeronautical engines. Since then, Rolls-Royce has come back to life, while Rolls-Royce has been acquired by Germany’s BMW.

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