The power of engine health information

Rolls-Royce Business Aviation uses the most advanced Engine Health Monitoring technologies to consistently monitor the operational “health” of over 8,000 engines. The company’s ultimate goal is to ensure that its 3,000-plus global customers enjoy “100-percent averted missed trips.”
Rolls-Royce engine health

Rolls-Royce's Pearl 10X Engine Takes Flight

The engine, the third in Rolls-Royce's Pearl line, will power the Dassault Falcon 10X
Pearl 10X on Rolls-Royce 747 flying testbed

Rolls-Royce Starts Testing 320-kilowatt Electric Motor

No reported buyers for the aircraft engine maker's for sale electrical division
Rolls-Royce tests 320-kilowatt electric motor demonstrator
Maintenance and Modifications

Rolls Appoints PHI MRO Services as Authorized Mx Center

Approval represents a step forward in delivering ‘unparalleled’ support
Executives from Rolls-Royce and PHI at HeliExpo
Maintenance and Modifications

SAESL Plans $180 Million Expansion

Expansion will boost the engine MRO provider's capacity by 40 percent
SAESL MOU signing for expansion (Photo: Kerry Lynch/AIN)

H.E.R.O.S. Joins Rolls-Royce’s First Network with Model 250 AMROC

Arizona-based MRO provider has worked on Rolls engines for 35 years
H.E.R.O.S. technician working on engine

Rolls-Royce To Exit Electrical Propulsion Business

The aircraft engine maker is looking for buyers for its Electrical division
Vertical Aerospace VX4 eVTOL prototype aircraft in untethered remotely piloted flight tests.

Airlines Driving White-hot Widebody Engine Market

Rolls-Royce is ready for increased production as orders heat up
Rolls-Royce UltraFan

Rolls-Royce Completes 100 Percent SAF Testing for In-production Engines

Rolls also completed testing on UltraFan demonstrator
Rolls-Royce TestBed 80, UltraFan

Enhancing Performance Now; Increasing Value in the Future

An Industry Benchmark Celebrates Its Anniversary with a New Standard
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