(Reuters) - Air New Zealand Ltd said on Thursday "two recent events" involving Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC Trent 1000 engines had prompted it to cancel and delay some international flights over the coming weeks, making it the latest airline to experience problems.


30


Reuters

Latest News

Daily Mail: China police detain artist who documented migrant...

Daily Mail: Police probe if embassy worker found dead in Beirut was...

Daily Mail: At least 61 dead after days of violence in Ethiopia's...

Daily Mail: Australia's embattled Turnbull seen weighing cabinet...

Daily Mail: Canadian couple died from neck compression

Daily Mail: Barcelona boss Valverde insists Clasico won't decide title

WashingtonPost: The top ten fact checks of 2017

USA Today: Officers Split Over Carrying Opioid Antidote

USA Today: Atlanta Passengers: No Help Evacuating Airport

FOX: NY Times columnist praises Trump for winning against ISIS, hits media for not giving credit

Daily Mail: Australian Olympic Committee names new managers

Daily Mail: Afghan official: Attack underway on Afghan forces in Kabul

Daily Mail: Foreign players' bets on BOJ tightening lift yen...

Daily Mail: Man fights for life after rescue at Sydney's Bondi Beach

CTV News: Toyota plans 10 purely electric vehicles by 2020s

FOX: Pakistan steps up security after IS kills 9 in church attack

ABC: Toyota plans 10 purely electric vehicles by 2020s

Daily Mail: Atlanta airport says power back after major flight delays

CNBC: Europe markets seen higher amid US tax cut hopes

FOX: NY Times columnist praises Trump for winning against ISIS, hits media for not giving credit

FOX: Pakistan steps up security after IS kills 9 in church attack

Reuters: Nikkei rises on financials and exporters; builders off lows

Reuters: UPDATE 1-Hershey nears $1.6 bln deal to buy Amplify Snacks- CNBC