- There are over 500 Trent 800 engines on 220 aircraft operating in service today
- Over 21 million hours and 4 million cycles of Trent 800 operation achieved by December 2012
- Lowest weight, greater payload, greater revenue-earning capability
- Thrust available from 75,000lb to 95,000lb from a single bill of material
- Competitive fuel burn
- Low noise
- Lowest emissions
- Modular build ensures ease of maintenance
- Reliable and predictable throughout its life
- The three shaft architecture allows convenient transportation
- A Trent 800 powered Boeing 777 takes off or lands every 96 seconds
The Trent 800 entered service in April 1996. Built on the solid foundation of Trent 700 (entered service in March 1995) experience, the Trent 800 was certified ahead of schedule at 90,000 lb thrust, exceeding its original target of 84,000lb.
The Trent 800 rapidly established a reputation for industry-leading reliability and the capability of the original design has been demonstrated by continuing thrust growth. Today the Trent 800 is available from 75,000 to 95,000lb thrust with a common engine standard, the widest range of any engine in its class.
The Trent 800 is the power plant of choice for the 777, having secured orders for 40 per cent of the available market.