Indian aviation regulator orders checking of Boeing-777 engines
NEW DELHI, Aug. 2 (Xinhua) --- India's civil aviation regulator has ordered a thorough examination of engines on all Boeing-777 aircraft flying with the country's carriers, local media reported Tuesday.
The move follows a probe into a recent burnout of an engine that happened when an Air India B-777 was winging its way from the Indian capital to New York and then had to come back to IGI airport here, The Times of India newspaper reported.
The engine's low pressure turbine and its tail cone were later found to be severely damaged.
"All engines on B-777s that have completed 1,000 cycles will be given boroscopic checks within the next three weeks," the Directorate General of Civil Aviation chief Bharat Bhushan was quoted as saying.
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