Cathay Pacific and Dragonair resumed flying their Airbus A330s after temporarily suspending the aircraft's operation in May due to concerns over the reliability of gearbox parts in their Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines. The grounding of its 11 A330-300s could cost Cathay up to $19.4 million. The carriers may seek compensation from the UK engine maker.


Source: Airline Business