For an engine maker that should be celebrating a year of unprecedented market milestones and record production, it seems the end of 2018 cannot come soon enough for Rolls-Royce. Rather than reveling in achieving a historic first for widebody commercial jets—the introduction of three different engines on three different major models in less than a year—Rolls is fighting to restore its reputation with airframers and operators alike. Program delays on the Airbus A330neo and Boeing ...

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