Rolls-Royce is open to partnerships with other engine makers if they help it to grow its business. This could lead to a return of the UK company to the narrowbody aircraft market with an engine that uses technologies from the UltraFan demonstrator project. Rolls-Royce...
As EBACE starts this week, Rolls-Royce announced its Pearl 10X is sailing through its tests. The engine OEM notes “is advancing at pace and has successfully accumulated more than 1,500 testing hours, both on the Advance 2 demonstrator and the Pearl 10X engine...
Rolls Royce announced the Pearl 15 engine, which is already certified and in testing on the Bombardier Global 5500 and 6500 aircraft, at its press conference this morning. A video of that press conference follows:...
Along with the well kept secret Global 5500 and 6500 development, the Rolls-Royce Peral engine was also kept secret until yesterday. Rolls-Royce claims to be the world’s leading engine supplier for business aviation, powering over 3,000 aircraft in service today, with...
Bombardier announced the launch of two new airplanes at EBACE, the Global 5500 and Global 6500, which are substantial upgrades of the Global 5000 and 6000 models. These two new models both utilize the newly certified Rolls Royce Pearl engine family, which has been...
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