(Reuters) - British engine maker Rolls-Royce
The issue may cause additional short term disruption to customers in a small number of cases, a company spokesman said.
"The guidance issued today is part of our ongoing management of the intermediate pressure turbine blade issue and applies only to the minority of engines which have not yet had replacement turbine blades fitted," he added.
In July, Rolls-Royce's civil aerospace president Chris Cholerton had said that problems with the Trent 1000 engine had left some Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes grounded but that would not prevent it from providing the engine for the new Boeing planes being mooted.
(Reporting by Mekhla Raina and Sathvik N in Bengaluru)