Pratt & Whitney under fire from U.S. regulators for engine risks | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 15 February 2018
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Pratt & Whitney under fire from U.S. regulators for engine risks

Engines manufactured by Pratt & Whitney for the latest Airbus A320neo single-aisle jetliner pose a shutdown risk, the U.S. aviation regulator warns. The warning comes after European regulators raised their concerns about potential inflight shutdown and rejected takeoffs.

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British Airways worker dies after vehicle collision at Heathrow

On February 14, 2018, at least 20 British Airways flights were delayed after two vehicles collided on the taxiway at London Heathrow Airport (United Kingdom). Two British Airways employees were involved in the accident, one of whom has died on a way to the hospital.

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ITC explains why Bombardier won trade dispute against Boeing

The International Trade Commission, a U.S. trade agency, issued a reasoning explaining its January 26, 2018, ruling, which rejected Boeing’s claim against Bombardier in a 100 – to 150 seat large civil aircraft from Canada antidumping investigation.

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Engine problems threaten Airbus deliveries in 2018
Brexit: 28% European air passengers deprived from compensations
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