A GE Aviation GEnx engine powering a newly built Boeing 787 is being prepared to be torn down as part of an investigation after it appears to have shed something that prompted a small grass fire at Charleston Airport (CHS) in South Carolina over the weekend. The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has launched an investigation into the July 28 incident, which involved a 787 during preflight runway testing. The incident, described by Boeing as “an engine issue,” ...

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