Japanese carrier ANA Holdings on Monday (July 9) cancelled 176 flights from July 13 though to July 22 to inspect its Rolls-Royce Holdings engines, in addition to 113 flights it already cancelled for the preceding week.

ANA had said last week that it would inspect engines for compressor issues that have led to service interruptions for airlines globally.

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