FRANKFURT—Rolls-Royce is trying to find both engine maintenance capacity and repair capability, in advance of models such as the Trent 1000 and XWB entering their first shop refurbishment visits in a couple years, says Scott Holland, Rolls-Royce vice president marketing-Europe.  “We are in a period of doubling our in-service widebody engine fleet in 10 years from around 4,000 at the end of 2018 to around 8,000 in 2028,” he says. “We definitely need ...


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