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Are Rolls-Royce’s HY1 results as bad as they look?

Despite progress on the recovery of its widebody engines that are flying more hours than before, Rolls-Royce's Civil Aerospace business unit has actually slipped back into a loss in HY1 of this year. Are Rolls-Royce's HY1 results as bad as they look?  The Derby engine...

Rolls-Royce bids for Embraer turboprop

Rolls-Royce has confirmed that it has submitted a proposal to Embraer to power the new 70-90 seater turboprop that the Brazilian plans to launch later this year or in early 2023. During an Investor Day presentation, President of Civil Aerospace, Chris Cholerton, said...

Rolls-Royce back to its first operating profit since 2019

Rolls-Royce has produced its first operating profit since 2019, reporting a £414 million underlying operating result for 2021. The engine maker has completed a long and painful restructuring that has reduced its Civil Aerospace unit in size by one-third. It expects to...

Insight: Friday 10 July 2020: Rolls-Royce signals 7 years until full recovery

News: The financial picture at Rolls-Royce, as with every other commercial aviation entity, has turned bleak amidst the current global pandemic. The company was estimating a positive cash flow of £1 billion for this year but is now expecting a cash outflow of £4...