The FAA’s airworthiness directive follows a Jan. 29 incident in which one of the two engines on a Japan Airlines (JAL) 787 shut down in midair and couldn’t be restarted. The jet, flying from Vancouver, B.C., with 166 people on board, was about 90 miles from Tokyo’s Narita Airport when the right-hand engine failed.
Edit: I now see you were referring to whatever issue ANA is having with their RR engine.
Post by stealthmanbob on Aug 18, 2016 11:19:26 GMT 1
This is an amazing figure quoted on boeingblogs.com
"ANA took delivery of its 50th 787 today, and relayed this message to media in attendance. Compared to 767, the Dreamliner saves the airline $98 million a year in fuel. That’s an endorsement that speaks directly to any airline’s bottom line."