Singapore Airlines A380. Singapore Airlines has been forced to perform engine changes on three of its Airbus A380s as a result of ongoing investigations into the uncontained failure of a Rolls-Royce Trent 972 on a Qantas A380 last Thursday after take-off from Singapore (ATW Daily News Nov. 9). Initially SQ inspected all its 11 A380s, powered by Trent 970 engines, and returned them to service with some flights delayed. It performed one engine change but said it was ...

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