ANALYSIS: As Trent reaches limits, R-R sees need for succession

Rolls-Royce Trent has been synonymous with advanced aero engines for nearly three decades. Indeed, the series has been successful enough for this namesake of British engineering to claim that gas turbines named after the mighty waterway flowing past its Derby home power a market-leading 40% share of the new generation ...

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