Approximately 1,300 kg. (2,866 lbs.) of fuel leaked from the left RB211 engine of a Thomas Cook Boeing 757 during a June 10, 2010 flight from Milas-Bodrum Airport in Turkey to London Gatwick, according to a UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch report released Thursday. Rolls-Royce is planning to revise a 2009 service bulletin on RB211 engines as a result of the incident and subsequent investigation, AAIB stated. "Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes into the flight and shortly ...

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