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...
Rolls-Royce has been working through a series of durability issues with some of the Trent family of engines. The Trent 1000, which powers early Boeing 787s, and the Trent 900, which powers the Airbus A380 have experienced issues. Other members of the Trent family,...
What engines will power our airliners in 10 to 30 years? In two parts we investigate what engine makers, universities and research agencies have in store. This month is the third anniversary of the entry into service of Pratt & Whitney’s Geared Turbofan on the...
After the recent incident involving QF32 and the subsequent inspections of the Intermediate Pressure Turbine (IPT) section of engines for oil leaks, airlines have begun to replace Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines on Airbus A380 aircraft. Putting together the numerous...
This analysis was published on GLG news by Ernest Arvai earlier today and is reproduced here for our AirInsight blog readers. Rolls-Royce is facing the potential of a declining market share in the aircraft engine business in the near term, with no viable offering for...
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