Engine performance is subject to a variety of factors, both on a fleet-wide and individual engine level. The technology on the new-generation engines is designed to maximise performance, while that early-service issues will influence a fleets’ operational life. This can be via unscheduled shop visits or reduced dispatch reliability.
IBA’s Senior Engine Advisor Kane Ray considers the operating performance & maintenance of the GEnx, Trent 1000 and Trent XWB engines in Aircraft Commerce’s editorial ‘Widebody engine performance’. This detailed analysis explores the operating performance, typical removal intervals, maintenance management and shop visit (SV) workscopes for the GEnx, Trent 1000 and XWB engine families.
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