Rolls-Royce delivered 962 civil aircraft engines last year, 14% more than in 2010, lifting original equipment revenues for the division by 18%.
The civil aerospace division posted overall revenues of nearly £5.6 billion ($8.9 billion) for the year, with underlying profit before financing up by 27% to £499 million.
Rolls-Royce attributes the profit rise to increased volume, foreign exchange benefits and the non-recurrence of a one-off charge.
Over the year it obtained orders for over 200 engines in its Trent family, including XWBs for Air France-KLM Airbus A350s and Trent 1000s for Oman Air Boeing 787s.
Underlying original equipment revenues increased to £2.2 billion. Rolls-Royce's underlying services revenues were also up, by 10%, to £3.3 billion. The company raised its order book by 7% to nearly £52 billion.