Entering the busiest year yet on its development path toward the company’s next-generation Advance and follow-on UltraFan demonstrators, Rolls-Royce is reemphasizing the vast thrust range intended for both engines and eyeing Boeing’s proposed New Midsize Airplane (NMA) as a possible launch candidate. When Rolls-Royce first launched the new centerline Advance and its geared UltraFan successor in early 2014, the principle target for the new duo appeared to be mid- and-long term ...

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