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Boeing 777 engine damage consistent with metal fatigue, NTSB says

Boeing 777 engine damage consistent with metal fatigue, NTSB says

The US National Transportation Safety Board said the engine damage of a Boeing 777 could be the result of ’metal fatigue.’ On Saturday, the Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engine of a United Airlines Boeing 777 caught fire during flight and its debris fell in Broomfield, Colorado. Boeing has recommended that airlines suspend use of 777s while the US Federal Aviation Administration finds the exact cause.

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