A second 787 engine with a faulty engine part was found. Is this a bigger problem than what it seems? Thoughts
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Inspectors looking into what caused a Boeing 787 Dreamliner engine to fail during a test flight at Charleston International Airport have found a second problematic plane.
The National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday its investigators had found a second engine with a cracked mid-shaft. That engine was installed on a 787 that hadn’t yet flown.