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Air NZ forced to trim schedule due to 787 engine maintenance

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New Zealand’s Transport Accident Investigation Commission says on its website that it is investigating two “engine abnormality” incidents involving Air NZ 787-9s that occurred on 5 and 6 December. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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sueridge307
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Yes James two of these aircraft are in the hangers at NZAA engine less at the moment there being tested and Boeing people are on hand to fix the problem's with interior problems as well. Two other B789's have being ferried to a place called Amberley RAAF were Boeing re fit's there jets at a special building designed for Boeing jets only west of Brisbane they should be returning to the fleet by next week.

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