Airbus to get '10 years of visibility' from Emirates deal
23 Jan 2018
On Friday, Europe's air safety authority EASA issued an "emergency airworthiness directive" saying that "several occurrences of inflight shutdown and rejected takeoff have been reported" with the single-aisle aircraft. It warned that potentially both engines could shut down simultaneously.
An industry source said 11 A320neos have been grounded to replace the engines. A total of 113 planes in the A320neo family, used by 18 airlines, are currently in service that are equipped with the engines.
Airbus also uses LEAP engines co-produced by General Electric and Safran on the planes.
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