The order book increased 19 per cent to £71.6 billion. This included a £1.6 billion contribution from Power Systems.
Order intake was £26.9 billion in the year.
Underlying revenue increased to £15.5 billion, with 53 per cent from original equipment (OE) and 47 per cent from services revenue.
Underlying profit before tax increased 23 per cent to £1.8 billion, including £257 million from Tognum.
The Civil aerospace segment is a major manufacturer of aero engines for the airline and corporate jet markets. Rolls-Royce powers more than 30 types of commercial aircraft and has almost 13,000 engines in service around the world.
First flight of the Airbus A350 XWB powered by Trent XWB engines
First flight of the Boeing 787-9 powered by Trent 1000 engines
Major new orders from JAL, IAG, Lufthansa, United, Singapore and Etihad
Delivered 3,000th BR700 series engine
Rolls-Royce is the second largest provider of defence aero-engine products and services globally, with around 16,000 engines in service with over 160 military customers in more than 100 countries.
TP400-powered A400M entered service
MissionCare™ contract for Saudi Arabian EJ200 engines secured
1,500th AE 2100 engine delivered
Upgraded AE 1107 engines for V-22 Osprey
T56 engine enhancement kits gained first sales
Delivered 40th Rolls-Royce LiftFan® for F-35B Lightning II fighter programme
RTM322 helicopter engine programme sold to Turbomeca
The Marine segment has 4,000 customers and equipment installed on over 25,000 vessels worldwide, including those of 70 navies.
Range of world ‘firsts’ of LNG-powered vessel types delivered
MT30 selected for new UK MoD Type 26 Frigate
£800 million contract agreed with UK MoD for provision of future nuclear submarine propulsion systems
New UT 830 seismic survey vessel launched
COSCO ordered new wave-piercing design of offshore vessels
Third service centre in China opened
To date, Energy has sold 4,600 gas turbines with 180 million operating hours recorded. Rolls-Royce has over 50 years of experience in the nuclear industry.
33 RB211s ordered for oil and gas applications
Major service contract secured with Petrobras
New Santa Cruz, Brazil, assembly plant operational
Signed tripartite agreement with Rosatom and Fortum to assess nuclear reactor design for UK new build
Renewed agreement with Westinghouse to provide nuclear inspection services in US
Rolls-Royce Power Systems is headquartered in Germany and specialises in reciprocating engines, propulsion systems and distributed energy systems.
MTU Powerpacks ordered for UK Intercity Express Programme
Fjord Line ordered Bergen engines for cruise ferries
UK MoD selects MTU gensets alongside MT30 gas turbine
Polish partnership created to supply and maintain cogeneration plants
Mining trucks powered by MTU delivered to Rio Tinto in Australia