Boeing has been forced to temporarily ground a 787 flight test aircraft after one of its Rolls-Royce Trent 1000s experienced an engine surge during flight testing. The engine has been removed and a new one will be installed. The incident occurred last Friday at Roswell, N.M. A replacement engine arrived early this week and is being installed. Boeing pushed back first delivery of the 787 to ANA to the 2011 first quarter owing in part to Trent 1000 availability issues (ATW Daily News, ...

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