An investigation is underway into the apparent inflight failure of a Rolls-Royce Trent engine on a Norwegian Boeing 787 as it began a flight from Rome to Los Angeles. Few details of the Aug. 10 incident were available. The aircraft was climbing out of Rome Fiumicino when one of its Trent 1000s seemingly failed, scattering debris across a suburb close to the airport. Pictures initially carried in the Italian newspaper La Repubblica show at least two people holding small metal fragments and ...

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