The US Navy has renewed its engine services contract with Rolls-Royce to provide support for the F405 engines which power T-45 training aircraft.
Rolls-Royce today announced the acquisition of U.S. naval architecture and engineering firm Seaworthy Systems Inc to improve further its marine support services.
Rolls-Royce is to team up with Air New Zealand and Boeing in flight evaluation of a renewable fuel source, as part of a wider research programme to understand renewable fuels and their potential future applications.
British Airways has selected Rolls-Royce Trent engines to power up to 61 new long haul aircraft that it will acquire from Airbus and Boeing.
Rolls-Royce has been selected for the HEETE (Highly Efficient Embedded Turbine Engine) advanced technology program to design next-generation propulsion systems for the US Air Force.
CorporateCare®, the Rolls-Royce business jet engine service program, continues to set new benchmarks in marketplace acceptance.
Rolls-Royce and Cessna Aircraft today celebrated the delivery of the 5000th Citation business jet in a ceremony at the National Business Aviation Association Annual Meeting and Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
Several Rolls-Royce engine programs serving the corporate and regional aircraft market celebrate significant milestones in 2007.
Rolls-Royce and Avianca celebrated the selection of Trent engines to power up to 30 widebody jets from Airbus and Boeing in a ceremony this evening in Bogota, Colombia.
A new facility formally opened today at the Rolls-Royce Bristol plant is the final component of an ambitious investment plan, launched more than three years ago, to build a series of ‘focused factories’ with world-class manufacturing capability.
Rolls-Royce will take a share of around $110 million from an order for V2500 engines from Singapore-based BOC Aviation.
Derby South MP the Rt Hon Margaret Beckett is the guest of honour today (Monday, 17 September) as Rolls-Royce marks investment programmes totalling around £100 million by formally opening two additional world-class aerospace facilities in the city – a manufacturing centre for aero engine components, and one of the world’s largest test beds.
Rolls-Royce has signed a new engine overhaul agreement with Icelandair, covering the RB211-535s which power the airline's fleet of 21 Boeing 757s.
Rolls-Royce announced today that Iain Conn, an independent non-executive director, has been appointed as the Senior Independent Director and John Rishton, an independent non-executive director, has been appointed as the Chairman of the Audit Committee, in succession to Peter Byrom who will remain on the Rolls-Royce Board.
Rolls-Royce has won business worth up to $400 million as its share of an order for V2500 engines and aftermarket services from Singapore’s Tiger Airways.