As airline companies seek to save money on long-haul flights, the twin-engine Boeing 777 has become the workhorse of many fleets and a "massive commercial success" for Boeing, according to The Times of London. That makes the recent NTSB safety report especially troubling to the plane maker, the paper says. About one-quarter of the world's 777s are equipped with Rolls-Royce engines, which the NTSB says are in urgent need of a redesign.

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