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...
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.
Rolls-Royce needs more time to fix the problem with Trent 1000 TEN high-pressure turbine (HPT) blades. On November 7, the company said it has postponed delivery of the first redesigned blades until 2021. In April this year, Rolls-Royce acknowledged it had a new...
Reports on August 10 of a Norwegian Boeing 787-8 trashing the Rome Fiumicino-airport area with parts from its number 1 Rolls-Royce Trent 1000-engine after take-off raise the question: is this part of the known Trent 1000-issue or a new one? Norwegian tells Airinsight...
Commercial engine manufacturers can look back on an exciting Paris Air Show, earning some good money. Where the airframers agreed on deals that in most cases need further negotiating, the engine OEM’s received orders sometimes placed with airframers a couple of years...
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