Rolls-Royce’s primary aftermarket revenue streams, transitioning between several legacy platforms and just-introduced next-generation models, are receiving special attention to help bridge the gap between current-generation widebodies and their newer competitors. The OEM’s new initiatives fall into several categories. It has rolled out more flexible long-term-agreement packages, for instance, mixing in more used material, customized workscopes and engine-swap options that allow ...

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