SEOUL - South Korea has ordered its airlines to inspect Boeing 777 jets with Pratt & Whitney PW4000 type engines, the transport ministry said on Tuesday. The order follows damage to a fan blade on the same type of engine that failed on a United Airlines Boeing 777 flight on the weekend. The chairman of the U.S. air accident investigator has described that damage as consistent with metal fatigue, going by a preliminary assessment. Korean Air, Asiana Airlines and budget carrier Jin Air have 16, nine and four of these planes respectively, the ministry said in a statement. The airlines have grounded aircraft they had in operation. REUTERS
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