BR710

BR710

The BR710 – a record setter for long-range business jets

BR710

BR710

The BR710 – a record setter for long-range business jets

The versatile BR710, with variants certified at thrust ratings between 14,750 and 15,500lb is the powerplant of choice for the Bombardier Global 5000 and Global 6000 (formerly Global Express-XRS) business jets, Gulfstream G500 and G550 aircraft. Currently, there are more than 1,750 BR710 engines in service.

The BR710 is a member of the reliable and proven BR700 family of engines. More than 3,000 BR700 engines have been produced to date. The success story of the BR700 engines series is illustrated in the more than 15 million cumulative operating hours. The BR710 engine has accumulated more than 6 million of the total BR700 family of engines flying hours on business jet applications.

  • BR710 emissions and noise levels are far below current regulations with capability to meet future, tougher rules
  • First flight of the BR710 in November 1995; in service since December 1996
  • BR710-powered Gulfstream V won 1998 Collier Trophy
  • The Gulfstream V holds world records for round the world and climb categories
  • The Rolls-Royce BR710 is the sole engine offered on the Gulfstream G500 and G550, the Bombardier Global 5000 and Global 6000 long-range business jets
  • More than 2,500 BR710 engines delivered

Designed and built by Rolls-Royce in Germany the BR710 was certificated in 1996 and entered into service in 1997. The BR710 provides excellent take-off and climb performance, which allows aircraft to reach cruising altitude more quickly thus saving both fuel and time. The remarkable performance of the BR710 under a wide range of operating conditions has enabled these aircraft to set many records in the fields of range, speed and altitude.

The BR710 is a two-shaft high-bypass ratio engine with: a 48 inch diameter wide-chord fan; a 10-stage HP compressor; a combustion system consisting of an annular combustor with 20 fuel burners; a two-stage HP turbine; and two-stage LP turbine. The structural bypass duct is constructed in carbon fiber composite material. Cold bypass air and hot exhaust are combined in a forced mixer that gives good propulsive efficiency and low noise generation. The excellent low noise and emissions levels of the BR710 ensure that the aircraft have access to major airports and local airfields all around the world.

The BR710 combines proven civil aero engine technology with advanced materials, manufacturing and aerodynamics, to ensure outstanding economics, environmental performance and low cost of ownership.

Rolls-Royce Corporate Care, corporate aviation’s most comprehensive engine care program, is available to all BR710 powered corporate aircraft operators.

  • Two-shaft, high-bypass-ratio engine
  • Both BR700 engine family members, the BR710 and the BR715, incorporate the BR700 core engine, with a ten-stage HP compressor, a single low emissions annular combustor with 20 burners and a two-stage shrouded HP turbine
  • The BR710 48 inch diameter fan is driven by a two-stage LP turbine.

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