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From the archives: One Boeing 787 delivery down, 820 to go

This story from the Australian Aviation archives is from November 2011 when Geoffrey Thomas wrote about the first Boeing 787 delivery to All Nippon Airways.

Rolls-Royce pushes back timeline for fixing 787 Trent 1000 issue

Rolls-Royce says the number of Boeing 787s impacted the Trent 1000 engine issue will remain in the double-digits until at least the second quarter of 2020.

Singapore Airlines removes two Boeing 787-10s from service due to engine issues

Singapore Airlines has removed two Boeing 787-10s from service due to issues with the aircraft's Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 TEN engines.

TBT – Qantas links Europe and Australia with the longest hop

This week's Throwback Thursday feature is Gerard Frawley's story on the historic day almost a year ago Qantas started nonstop Perth-London Heathrow flights.

Rolls-Royce opts out of Boeing NMA contest

Engine maker Rolls-Royce says it will not be a candidate to power Boeing's proposed but yet-to-be-launched new mid-market aircraft (NMA).

Air New Zealand slashes earnings forecasts

Air New Zealand has warned its pre-tax earnings for 2018/19 may fall by as much as 37 per cent on the back of engine problems in the Boeing 787-9 fleet and softer travel growth. The airline told the Australian and New Zealand stock exchanges on Wednesday – the company is listed on both sides of


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