An EgyptAir Airbus A330-200 has sustained damage to one of its Rolls Royce Trent 700 engines during a takeoff incident on May 15. The aircraft, registered SU-GCI, was operating as MS955 from Cairo to Beijing with 211 passengers onboard at the time of the incident. According to a report, confirmed by EgyptAir, the left engine failed and the takeoff was rejected. Images of the aircraft posted on social media show visible damage to the left engine, including a large hole in the cowling. An ...

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