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Swiss Grounds Airbus A220 Planes After Finding Engine Fault

Deutsche Lufthansa AG’s Swiss airline grounded its fleet of Airbus SE A220 jets after the latest incident with Pratt & Whitney engines forced a London-Geneva flight to land in Paris.

Lufthansa’s Swiss unit, the world’s biggest operator of the narrow-body aircraft, suspended flights Tuesday to carry out inspections, according to an airline spokesman. Its 29 A220s account for a quarter of the Swiss fleet, and the carrier will have to cancel some flights.

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