With fuel improvement a key goal for the radically redesigned Trent 1000 TEN, Rolls-Royce is at a critical phase of the test program for its next Boeing 787 engine. The new version of the Trent 1000 is undergoing certification testing and is pivotal to Rolls’s long-term plan for the Boeing twinjet family. Rolls knows that after years of lagging behind its rival General Electric in terms of fuel burn, the improvements it is introducing with the TEN will be crucial to boosting market ...

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