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South Korea’s Transport Ministry Orders Grounding Of All Local Airlines’ Boeing 777s With PW4000 Engines

By John F. Heerdink, Jr.

Reportedly, South Korea’s transport ministry has ordered the grounding of all local airlines’ Boeing (BA) 777s with PW4000 engines, also the ministry has banned all foreign aircraft with PW4000 engines from operating in South Korea airspace from this week.

The ministry has ordered local airlines Asiana Airlines, Korean Air, and Jin Air with fan blades of the PW4000 engines to be inspected by manufacturer Pratt & Whitney in line with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration directive before the aircraft is given clearance to fly again.

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(Read Original Story: South Korea grounds all local airlines' Boeing 777s with PW4000 engines in Reuters)


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