Rolls-Royce has had a busy 12 months leading up to the Dubai Airshow, the company says.

The year has been marked by the first flights of three of its engine types. The Boeing 787-10, new at the show this year, is powered by the Trent 1000 TEN engine. Last year, the company saw the first flights of its Trent XWB-97 engine, which powers the Airbus A350-1000, as well as the Trent 7000, which powers the Airbus A330neo. “The Dubai Airshow comes at the end of a significant period for us where we’ve worked closely with both Airbus and Boeing to achieve three first flights,” says Eric Schulz, president of Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace. “Achieving this goal underlines our position as a leading engine provider for new generation aircraft.”

The Trent XWB, which powers the A350-900 here at the show, saw its one-millionth flight hour in October, Rolls-Royce says. The engine has had dispatch reliability of 99.4% through October and no in-flight disruptions.

“We are incredibly proud to bring our Trent XWB to the show and celebrate this latest milestone,” says Dominic Horwood, Rolls-Royce director-customer and services, Civil Aerospace. “Not only is it the most efficient large aero engine flying in the world today, it is also the fastest-selling widebody engine ever, with more than 1,600 already sold.”

Rolls-Royce has 4,000 engines installed on in-service aircraft worldwide. It expects to have 8,000 engines in service by 2027. The company expects to power half of all widebodies in 10 years.

The company will have a full-scale engine at its stand at the Dubai Airshow.