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Over the next few weeks I’ll be looking at the various consequences of the worldwide issues with the Trent 1000 Rolls Royce engines fitted to some Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Some 787-operating airlines have been heavily impacted, some have not.
Earlier this week I wrote about how Scoot is leasing a Singapore Airlines 777-200 for certain Sydney flights this month, and how that represented a huge upgrade for some passengers, and a minor downgrade for some others.
Virgin Atlantic has been one of the airlines that has been most affected by this engine issue, meaning several of their 787-9s are currently out of action.
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