All Nippon Airways and Virgin Atlantic have also experienced issues with Trent 1000 engines mounted on Boeing 787s.
The FTSE 100 and the FTSE 250 both end the week setting mid-session records.
The High Court has adjourned the RBS case for a month to allow further talks between the bank and its shareholders.
Traders heaved a sigh of relief that Europe seems to have warded off the latest threat to its established order.
Britain can no longer be considered best performing large economy last year say official sources.
Traders come to terms with Kraft ending $143bn bid in what would have become an increasingly political deal.
Rolls-Royce was the biggest faller among blue chip stocks after it reported a record £4.6bn annual loss.
Shares rose despite market heavyweight BP posting its second annual loss in a row.
Budget carrier Ryanair said fares slumped by 17% amid strong competition from rivals across Europe.
Traders pile into shares after Bank governor Mark Carney said rates could move in "either direction" this year.
Market falls after Prime Minister Theresa May confirms she will take the UK out of the EU's Single Market.
The pollsters called Italian referendum correctly allowing traders to price in the country's vote against reform.
Autumn Statement reflection and US Thanksgiving holiday calm leads to quiet day on the markets.
Rolls-Royce shares fall after Emirates Airline flags technical issues with the British firm's engines
Shares of Rolls-Royce closed 6.58% lower on Friday at £6.53, marking its lowest price in nearly five months.
Traders took money off the table after official data hinted job creation may be losing momentum.
British jet engine maker expects to save between £150m and £200m but warns outlook in markets remain mixed.
Top flight shares push into positive territory after falling more than 100 points following Republican win.
Little meaningful was done across global markets as traders eyed the presidential election.
A resurgent Trump sends investors looking for exits in final days of the US presidential campaign.
Rogue poll giving Republican nominee slender lead is enough to send markets tumbling in Asia and Europe.
Builder's merchant Travis Perkins led the fallers after announcing up to 600 job cuts and worsening conditions.
Rising commodity prices and inflation buoys top flight shares.
Reports of fresh cabinet spilts and poor economic Brexit forecasts push market lower.
However shares tumble at Royal Bank of Scotland after fresh controversy over its treatment of small businesses.
Mining shares climb as pound weakens after falls on Asian markets.
Traders are cheered as US Federal Reserve leaves rates unchanged handing them cheap cash to invest.
Mixed economic data keeps investors guessing on the strength of the UK economy after the vote to leave the EU.
Transformative deal by UK tech firm leads blue-chip shares higher.
European aviation agency asked to ensure problem with engines powering Boeing 787 aircraft does not affect safety.
Falling copper and aluminium prices lead heavyweight miners lower.