TAAG Angola Airlines grounded its fleet of three Boeing 777-200ERs Dec. 24 following two engine incidents within 17 days. “DT decided to suspend all flights for its 777-200ER fleet for the sake of caution and international security," a DT spokesman said. The carrier confirmed it canceled its Luanda-Dubai-Beijing service. The GE90-powered aircraft suffered a low-pressure turbine failure in the No. 2 engine after takeoff from the Portuguese capital of Lisbon in early December. ...

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