Rolls-Royce last week won a $2 billion deal from US Airways for Trent 700s to power up to 30 A330-200s, as well as a Trent 700 order from EgyptAir. Along with an accompanying TotalCare services agreement, the US contract includes powerplants for 15 firm and up to 15 additional aircraft. "This decision further establishes Rolls-Royce as a true engine partner with US Airways," R-R Civil Aerospace President Mark King said. Execution of definitive contract agreements is expected in the coming ...

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