All Nippon Airways (ANA) has six of its Boeing 787s out of action as it continues inspections due to concerns about turbine blade erosion in the fleet’s Rolls-Royce engines. The airline intends to progressively inspect its 787 engines and replace turbine blades, the carrier tells Aviation Daily. The six aircraft currently grounded are part of this process, which has caused the carrier to cancel several domestic flights in recent days (Aviation Daily, Aug. 25). So ...

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