LOS ANGELES—Rolls-Royce has passed two major milestones in the next phase of its current and future civil engine development strategy with the service debut of the first Trent 1000 TEN-powered Boeing 787 just days after the first run of the Advance3 next-generation engine core demonstrator.  The hybrid Trent TEN engine was launched for the stretched 787-10 in 2012 but has also become the standard production engine for all Rolls-powered 787s. The engine, which incorporates a ...

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