Rolls-Royce civil large engines VP-customer marketing Richard Goodhead
Rolls-Royce has detailed its timelines for the Trent 7000, the sole powerplant for the newly launched Airbus A330neo. On Monday at the Farnborough Airshow, Rolls-Royce unveiled the Trent 7000 as the seventh member of its Trent engine family. It builds on technology from the Trent 700, which Rolls-Royce said has around 56%-58% market share on the current generation of A330s, wrapping in new technologies from the Trent 1000-TEN and Trent XWB programs. “Because this is based on experience ...
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