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Latest Aviation News MRO & Support ROLLS-ROYCE IS ATTEMPTING TO USE MRO TO REMEDY TRENT 1000 ISSUES

Rolls-Royce is attempting to use MRO to remedy Trent 1000 issues

Léo Barnier
14/11/2019 | 397 words
Rolls-Royce is attempting to use MRO to remedy Trent 1000 issues
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Rolls-Royce will need to make a major effort with its support capacities. Confronted with recurring problems on its Trent 1000 engines - and particularly the early wear of the TEN version's high pressure (HP) turbine blades - the British engine manufacturer has announced the acceleration of its plans to expand its MRO network" with several major projects under way to increase capacity for the Trent 1000 in the short term".

The main provision is the expansion of the Dahlewitz site in Germany and the Montreal site in Canada. (...)
 
 
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Léo Barnier
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