Trent TEN Makes First Flight On 787

Credit: Rolls-Royce
LOS ANGELES—The first Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 TEN engine for the Boeing 787 began test flights in Seattle Dec 7 on an early-development aircraft. Rolls first flew the upgraded variant—its name an acronym for Thrust, Efficiency and New technology—on its Boeing 747-200 flying testbed in Tucson, Arizona...

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