Rolls-Royce, The University of Virginia and Virginia Tech create research and technology center of excellence
Reston, VA – Rolls-Royce has partnered with the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech to create the Commonwealth Center for Aerospace Propulsion Systems (CCAPS), a virtual research and technology center of excellence.
Rolls-Royce Group plc is today holding its 2009 Annual General Meeting at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London.
Together with their instructors and other representatives of Rolls-Royce, Rolls-Royce trainees today handed over the 'engine room' they had designed to the Dahme- Spreewald Technical College (DSTC) in Schönefeld.
Rolls-Royce awarded $106 million MissionCare™ contract for KC-130J engine support to U.S. Marine Corps
Rolls-Royce has announced a $106 million MissionCare™ contract with U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to provide support for Rolls-Royce AE 2100D3-powered KC-130J tanker aircraft
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, will power Saudi Arabian Airlines aircraft in an order worth up to US$900m at list prices. The contract will include a long-term service agreement.
Rolls-Royce has signed a long-term engine service agreement worth more than $350 million with Mexicana Group for the fleet of aircraft operated by its low-cost subsidiary, MexicanaClick. The TotalCare® agreement covers 25 newly leased Boeing 717-200s, powered by Rolls-Royce BR715 engines.
The most powerful offshore vessel ever built – the Far Samson, which has been designed and equipped by Rolls-Royce, entered service with Farstad Shipping of Norway, following a naming ceremony in Edinburgh.
An upgraded Rolls-Royce industrial gas turbine, which incorporates advanced technologies used in the latest generation of Rolls-Royce aero engines, has achieved more than 100,000 hours of faultless operation.
Rolls-Royce has enhanced its global customer support capability, with the opening of two new marine service centers in Galveston, Texas and Seattle, Washington.
Avalon Air Show, Geelong, Australia – 11 March, 2009 - The GE Rolls-Royce Fighter Engine Team has completed its recommendations to the Joint Strike Fighter Program Office and the Australian Department of Defence for maintenance and repair of engines for future F-35 Lightning II aircraft.