All Nippon Airways (ANA) has confirmed it canceled a Boeing 787 flight from Okayama, western Japan, to Tokyo Haneda just before takeoff Wednesday because of a hydraulic-oil leak from an engine. An ANA spokesman said the fix was made the same day. Eight-eight passengers and eight crew were onboard. ANA was the launch customer for the 787. In July, the airline grounded five of the 11 787-800s it has in service for repairs associated with a component in the aircraft Rolls-Royce ...

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