As clearly indicated by the $4.7 billion in new widebody engine deals announced at the Paris air show, Rolls-Royce continues to bank heavily on the higher-value big-engine market. With around half of this newly signed business tied up in aftermarket support and sales of existing products, the company is stepping up its wide-ranging campaign to plow back technology from the latest-generation large turbofans into the rest of the in-service Trent family. What began as a relatively ...


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