Rolls-Royce Bullish Despite Sluggish Engine Aftermarket

Rolls-Royce engine
The manufacturer's focus on larger engine types used for long-haul travel has meant slower aftermarket recovery times.
Credit: Rolls-Royce
The re-opening of transatlantic flights has contributed to Rolls-Royce’s large civil engine flying hours reaching around 50% of 2019 figures but installed engine sales and aftermarket shop visit activity have remained stagnant this year. During a trading update with analysts on Thursday (Dec. 9) the...

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