The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) on Tuesday said it has decided to conduct an investigation into the GE Aviation GEnx engine failure that occurred on a Boeing 787 during a taxi test at Charleston Airport in South Carolina July 28, prompting a small grass fire (ATW Daily News, July 30). According to the NTSB, there were no passengers aboard the aircraft and there were no fatalities or injuries. “In the next few days, an NTSB aircraft powerplants expert and a ...

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