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Rolls-Royce says U.S. lawsuit 'without merit'

LONDON (Reuters) - British aero engine maker Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc <RR.L> said it was confident a lawsuit brought against it by two former employees would be found to be without merit. Full story

News Summary: Pipe defect caused Qantas blowout

ENGINE PROBLEM: The dramatic disintegration of a Qantas Airbus A380 jet engine during a flight in 2010 was triggered by a poorly built oil pipe that failed to conform to design specifications, Australian investigators said. Full story

Rolls Royce wins $1 billion order from Scandinavian airline SAS

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Rolls-Royce <RR.L> said on Tuesday it had won a contract to supply engines and maintenance to 12 of Scandinavian airline SAS's <SAS.ST> Airbus planes in a deal worth $1 billion at list prices. Full story

Rolls Royce to replace engine on grounded LOT Dreamliner: airline

WARSAW (Reuters) - Rolls Royce <RROYC.UL> will replace one of the engines of a Boeing <BA.N> Dreamliner owned by Polish carrier LOT <LOT.UL> and grounded in Chicago, LOT's spokesman said on Monday, citing a technical issue. Full story

Take a Spin in This Half Million Dollar Car

   CNBC's Robert Frank gets behind the wheel of Rolls-Royce's new Phantom.

Faulty F-35 fuel lines to be scanned in U.S. instead of Britain

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Faulty fuel lines blamed for the grounding of the Marine Corps version of the Lockheed Martin Corp <LMT.N> F-35 fighter jet will likely undergo third-party inspections in the United States, instead of being sent to England, to save time and money, sources familiar with t Full story

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