Increased Flying Activity Boosts Rolls-Royce Finances

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Credit: Rolls-Royce
LONDON—Executives at aero-engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce say they are encouraged by increasing levels of flying activity, bolstered by domestic flights using wide-body aircraft. Large-engine flying hours are now at 43% of 2019 pre-COVID pandemic levels, up from 34% during the second half of 2020...

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