Features of the Package C version of the Trent 1000 include a new turbine case cooling system. Courtesy, Rolls-Royce Rolls-Royce has completed the first test run of its upgraded Trent 1000 Package C variant, the company announced Tuesday. The engine—which will be the powerplant for the Boeing 787-9 scheduled to enter service in 2014 for launch customer Air New Zealand (ANZ)—is also destined for 787-8s from later that year (ATW Daily News, July 26, 2011). ANZ’s ...

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