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New Engines on Hundreds of Airbus Jets Recalled for Inspection

Old 25th Jul 2023, 19:42
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New Engines on Hundreds of Airbus Jets Recalled for Inspection

New Engines on Hundreds of Airbus Jets Recalled for Inspection

RTX says its Pratt & Whitney engines affected by contaminated metal parts

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Doug Cameron and
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New Engines on Hundreds of Airbus Jets Recalled for Inspection - WSJ

Pratt & Whitney engines on hundreds of Airbus A320neo jets recalled (business-standard.com)

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Old 25th Jul 2023, 23:06
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"forcing an inspection of 1,200 out of more than 3,000 engines over the next nine to 12 months"

Not exactly the end of the earth, then ..
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Not exactly the end of the earth, then ..
but it's on top of the ongoing mess with the GTF's reliability, logistics, MRO capacity, etc.
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