Rolls-Royce has acknowledged it has fallen behind on Trent 7000 shipments to Airbus that will cause residual delays for A330neo deliveries later this year and into 2019. News of the 7000 setback comes on the heels of fresh complaints from operators affected by extended Trent 1000-related groundings of Boeing 787s. The value of Rolls-Royce shares fell as much as 14% on the news and at one point declined so precipitously that trading was suspended temporarily. Revelations of the delivery ...

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