Poll: Can Rolls-Royce Reverse The Trend Of Airlines Shying Away From Choosing Trent-1000s On New Aircraft?

All Nippon Airways on Feb. 25 placed an order for 15 more Boeing 787s, and has made a significant change in engine supplier for the new aircraft deliveries.

ANA currently uses Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines on its 787s but has decided to pair the latest orders with General Electric GEnx-1B engines. An airline spokeswoman told Aviation Daily that as the 787 fleet has grown “we have made the decision to diversify some of the components to minimize single-source risks.”

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