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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...

Trent 1000 updates on track, but Covid hurts Rolls-Royce

In the first six months of 2020, Rolls-Royce has made good progress by solving most issues with the Trent 1000. The engine maker reported on July 9 that it has reduced the backlog of aircraft-on-ground to a single-digit fleet, most likely helped by the grounding of...

Looking into a murky crystal ball

There is surely no disputing the fact that the future of commercial aviation is murky.  That said, the consensus among those we have been speaking with is that the recovery, when it comes (quickly, please), will be from the bottom up.  If that's the case: Turboprops...

Podcast – An Update with Rolls-Royce

We spoke with Richard Goodhead, Rolls-Royce's SVP Marketing Commercial Aerospace this morning.  Our call was some 25 minutes, so the conversation was broad-ranging - Trent 1000, Pearl, Ultra Fan, and even the B-52 and Covid-19.

Outlook for Aerospace in 2012

It is the time of year for prognostication. In that tradition, AirInsight will boldly go where all pundits have gone...

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