Singapore Airlines (SIA) is a key Rolls-Royce customer on a global scale, in 1995 placing what was at the time the largest order in the company’s history for Trent 800 engines. SIA was also the launch customer for the A380, powering its fleet with Trent 900 engines.
Other key regional customers include: Malaysian Airlines, for its A380 fleet, powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines and supported by TotalCare® services; All Nippon Airways, the launch customer for the B787 Dreamliner, powered by Trent 1000 engines; Cathay Pacific Airways, the customer of the 1,000th Trent 700 engine; Thai Airways will soon become an operator of every member of the Rolls-Royce Trent engine family in operation today: the Trent 500, Trent 700, Trent 800, Trent 900, as well as the Trent 1000; Air Pacific, Asiana Airlines, Cebu Pacific, China Southern, Garuda Indonesia, Philippine Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Skymark Airlines and TransAsia Airways.
The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) is another important Rolls-Royce customer. Its C-130 Hercules transport aircraft and fleet of E-2C Hawkeyes are powered by Rolls-Royce T56 turboprop engines. Rolls-Royce also supplies the engines and services for the RSAF’s fleet of G550 aircraft.
Rolls-Royce has a significant Marine presence in Singapore, carrying out sales and aftermarket activities as well as vessel design. Customers in the Singapore marine sector include Jaya Holdings, Keppel Offshore, Neptune Orient Line, PSA Marine, Republic of Singapore Navy, ST Marine, PaxOcean and Swire Pacific Offshore.
Rolls-Royce also manages its regional Energy business from Singapore, with customers such as ExxonMobil and Petronas in Malaysia; Pertamina, PLN and ConocoPhillips in Indonesia; PetroChina in China; PTT in Thailand; ONGC and Gail in India; and Woodside Petroleum in Australia.