Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has cancelled and delayed some flights to perform engine checks on its Rolls-Royce powered Boeing 787s, following an engine incident. An ANA 787, operating as flight  241, departed Tokyo Haneda Airport for Fukuoka, Japan, on Aug. 25 but the airline  said in a statement that the aircraft had to return to Tokyo because of an engine failure. ANA said further details of the incident will be released once the investigation ...

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