Boeing’s 777X Flight To Face Delay, Faulty Engine To Blame

By John Heerdink LinkedIn

The new Boeing 777X passenger, touted as the world’s largest twin-engine jetliner plane, reportedly will face several months of delay to take its maiden flight after an unexpected fault was detected in a part of its new engine designed by the engine maker, GE Aviation. GE Aviation Chief Executive David Joyce stated “There is a (stationary) component in the front of the compressor which is wearing prematurely,” as reported at the Paris Airshow.

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GE Aviation has found unexpected wear in a part for its new engine for the new Boeing 777X passenger plane, forcing a delay of several months while it redesigns and tests the part, the engine maker said on Monday. Boeing, which had been expected to stage the maiden flight of the world’s largest..

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