Rolls-Royce Friday suspended work for a year on the Trent 900 engine that is slated to power more than 65 A380s on firm order by seven airlines. Meanwhile, the first monetary penalty resulting from the latest delay to the A380 program was revealed. The engine-maker said no immediate layoffs are planned. It said it will continue talks with Airbus to determine the full impact of the additional year's delay to the A380 program announced last week (ATWOnline, Oct. 4). Separately, India's ...

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