Concerning go-arounds, I'm not part of those who will find that a negative point for the airline, rather the contrary. Had several (AF in NCE, KL in GIG, LX in ZRH etc) as well as aborted take off. I prefer the pilot to stop the take off if there may be a problem, rather than having the problem when already in the air.
As to the engines problems with SN's SFU, we have to wait for the conclusion of the inquiry, if we want to remain serious. First conclusion, if I may, the pilots did a good job. Would pax have noticed anything ?
Apparently, this incident and other problems create cancellations and delays. Well, I came across this article :
https://www.air-journal.fr/2018-12-25-l ... 08956.html
LH parks 40 wide-body aircraft and 90 single aisle aircraft from 24 to 31 January because of lower demand.
A naive question : was it really impossible for LH to send one or two A330s to BRU to help out its daughter company ? Of course, not in the planning, however...