Rolls-Royce will set up a new Trent engine testbed center at a facility formerly occupied by defunct engine MRO Texas Aero Engine Services (TAESL) in Fort Worth, Texas. The engine OEM has signed a lease to take on the 440,000 square foot facility located at the Alliance Airport from the City of Fort Worth – the site’s owner. TAESL, an engine MRO joint venture between Rolls-Royce and American Airlines, operated for nearly 18 years until being dissolved in early 2016. The JV ...

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