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Has 2020 crisis hit Rolls-Royce more than other engine manufacturers? | Data

Rolls-Royce suffered a lot in 2020. But is it’s situation worse than other engine manufacturers – Pratt & Whitney, GE Aviation and Safran?...


Has Rolls-Royce lost its plot in commercial aviation?

With a market that is seemingly only deteriorating, Rolls-Royce could employ a two-week stop at its factories. But how has the company reached this point?...


Rolls-Royce to shut-down civil aerospace division?

Britain’s Rolls-Royce said it was proposing an operational shutdown of its civil aviation unit for two-weeks over the summer....


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Rolls-Royce makes first test run on world’s largest testbed

Rolls-Royce completed the first Trent XWB engine run at the world’s largest indoor aerospace testbed.  ...


Saab, Rolls-Royce conjointly research engine sensing technologies

The British engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce and the Swedish aerospace company Saab announced the creation of a collaborative research program called Project FibreSense.  The program aims to develop fiber-optic sensing technologies that could help to accurately measure engine parameters such as strain, pressure, and temperature “within the harsh operating environment of an engine.” “We are excited to be working together with...


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Rolls-Royce considers focusing on narrow-body jet engines

 Rolls-Royce considers focusing on the narrow-body aircraft engine market.  ...


Rolls-Royce takes “largest-ever“ restructuring: cuts 1,400 jobs

After warnings about future job cuts in the company, Rolls-Royce started its restructuring process with 1,4000 redundancies....


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Repair, don’t scrap: Rolls-Royce launches new engine service plan

Rolls-Royce launched a new project which should speed up the development of future aerospace technologies. British company set a goal to reduce the negative impact of COVID-19-related consequences for airlines and diminish the environmental impact by repairing aircraft components instead of scrapping them. ...


Rolls-Royce to place new shares for $2.6 billion

Rolls-Royce comes up with a plan to stabilize its balance sheet with approximately $2.6 billion. In order to mitigate the COVID-19 effect on business, the company will offer its shareholders a make-or-break deal by placing new shares....


Rolls-Royce to strengthen its balance sheet by £5 billion?

Rolls-Royce comes up with a plan to stabilize its balance sheet with approximately £5 billion. The British engine maker expects to raise £2 billion from the rights issues and £3 billion government-backed debt....