Rolls-Royce’s Singapore plant has finished assembly of its first Trent 900 engine and manufacture of its first wide-chord fan blade. Paul O’Neil, director of Rolls-Royce’s facility at Singapore’s Seletar Aerospace Park, declines to say which airline will be receiving the engine, because even though it has been assembled, the Trent 900 has yet to be shipped overseas. Rolls-Royce will hold a ceremony in Singapore on Sept. 12 to celebrate the engine’s completion. The plant aims to ...

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