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Japan requests airlines stop using Boeing 777s with P&W4000 engines until further notice

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Feb 22 (Reuters) - Japan has requested airlines avoid usingBoeing Co 777 planes with Pratt & Whitney 4000 enginesfor take-offs, landings and overflights in its territory untilfurther notice, the Japan Aeronautical Service InformationCenter said.

The notice to airmen, issued on Sunday evening, came after aUnited Airlines 777 landed safely at DenverInternational Airport on Saturday after its right engine failed.

The 26-year-old United 777 was powered by two Pratt &Whitney PW4000 engines. There were no reports of injuries in theplane or on the ground.(Reporting by Jamie Freed in Sydney; Editing by Sam Holmes)