Top News on Trent 800

  • MH17 suffered multiple high-energy impacts: inquiry


    ​Investigators have concluded that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 broke up in the air after sustaining substantial damage to its cockpit and forward fuselage from high-energy projectiles.


  • Other News for Trent 800

  • Asiana crash to reopen sensitive questions on etiquette, automation


    On a seemingly routine visual approach on clear late morning over San Francisco, a Boeing 777-200ER flown by Asiana...


  • PARIS: Rolls-Royce rolls out legacy Trent upgrades


    Rolls-Royce's strategy of backfeeding technology from the Trent XWB into new variants of previous engines - such as the...


  • Air New Zealand to take 777-300ERs with 330min ETOPS


    Air New Zealand is to put ­Boeing 777-300ER twinjets into service under 330min extended operations, after the...


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  • Rolls-Royce starts dedicated MRO programme for mature engines

    News | 18 Dec 2014 17:04 | Michael Gubisch

    Rolls-Royce is aiming to reduce maintenance costs for mature engines in co-operation with MRO partner Lufthansa Technik.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Rolls-Royce-starts-dedicated-MRO-programme-for-mature-engines-407277/
  • MH17 suffered multiple high-energy impacts: inquiry

    News | 09 Sep 2014 09:48 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Investigators have concluded that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 broke up in the air after sustaining substantial damage to its cockpit and forward fuselage from high-energy projectiles.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/MH17-suffered-multiple-high-energy-impacts-inquiry-403479/
  • Downed Malaysia Airlines 777 owned by lessor AerLift

    News | 18 Jul 2014 05:40 | Greg Waldron

    The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER aircraft that crashed in the eastern Ukraine on 17 July was owned by Amsterdam-based lessor AerLift Leasing and managed by AerCap.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Downed-Malaysia-Airlines-777-owned-by-lessor-AerLift-401752/
  • ​ANALYSIS: Why XWB isn’t extra enough for Emirates

    News | 11 Jun 2014 11:09 | Max Kingsley-Jones

    Emirates’ decision to terminate its A350 XWB contract with Airbus as part of the A380 mega-order signed last year at the Dubai air show is not a major surprise. But could the loss of such a high-profile customer – not to mention some $13 billion-worth of business at list prices – have longer-term repercussions for the programme?http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Why-XWB-isnt-extra-enough-for-Emirates-400290/
  • GE90 corrosion issue accelerates shop visits

    News | 16 Apr 2014 22:37 | Kristin Majcher

    ​GE90 engines are “providing a near-term boost” to the MRO sector because the engines, primarily for the 777-300ER, are seeing their first maintenance visits sooner than expected, says Ken Herbert, an analyst with Canaccord Genuity.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/GE90-corrosion-issue-accelerates-shop-visits-398332/
  • ANALYSIS: Ageing 777-200s set to soldier on in Asia Pacific

    News | 25 Mar 2014 03:24 | Greg Waldron

    The average age of Boeing 777-200 aircraft in service with Asia Pacific operators is 12 years, but the venerable type will remain a key workhouse until replacements start to arrive at the middle of the decade.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Ageing-777-200s-set-to-soldier-on-in-Asia-Pacific-397364/