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Topic - Dominique Fouda
Europe's air safety authority ordered checks Wednesday on the entire global fleet of Airbus A380 superjumbo jets for cracks on parts inside the wings — extending a previous order for nearly a third of the planes to be inspected.
Australian investigators on Thursday identified the source of an oil leak that caused a superjumbo jet's engine to blow apart in midair last month, and said a suspected manufacturing defect in the Rolls-Royce engine was to blame.
on a long-term fix that should be ready by the summer," Mr. Fouda said.
EASA spokesman Dominique Fouda said the updated directive extends the checks to the entire fleet of 68 currently flying with seven airlines.