Last week, Rolls-Royce celebrated a “huge milestone” as it announced on Twitter that the Trent 7000 has cleared one million flying hours on the Airbus A330neo since 2019. But on that same day, TAP Portugal CEO Christine Ourmieres-Widener told AviationSource in Lisbon...
New-technology engines are coming off the wing of aircraft much sooner than anticipated, AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly remarked on August 11 in the lessor’s earnings call. This remark came as a surprise to some, as it was believed that the technical issues that these...
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...
Engine maker Rolls-Royce recently officially opened a brand-new indoor testbed for the future generation of powerplants. Called Testbed 80 and situated at its Derby headquarters, the facility will be the home of UltraFan when the demonstrator starts ground testing in...
The extension of the contract that confirms Rolls-Royce as the exclusive supplier until 2030 for the Airbus A350-family is a major boost for the Derby-based engine manufacturer. It secures its return on investment on the twin-aisle program, although the Covid-crisis...
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