Rolls Royce about to fix Trent 1000 engine problem

Daily Newsletter | August 6, 2019
Rolls Royce reported a net loss of £909 million (€988.74 million) for the first half of 2019. The manufacturer said it was about to fix the problems affecting its Trent 1000 engines.
Just as Airbus revealed ramping-up production of the A320 Family aircraft, the task to keep up with production targets and delivery rates poses a challenge, as some customers share their frustration over delays.
It seems like the British low-cost carrier easyJet has taken low-cost to the extreme and operated a flight with a row of seats with no seatbacks. While pictures of the situation question the condition of the aircraft, the reality is different.
British Airways flight from Heathrow (London, UK) to Valencia (Spain) was forced to make an emergency landing after smoke filled the cabin.
By Piotr Golianek
The grounding of Boeing 737 MAX was one of the reasons for Icelandair’s higher net loss in the second quarter of this year. The Icelandic carrier expects to lose USD 140 million due to the grounding.
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