Derby-based Rolls-Royce has won a contract to supply engines to 50 of Singapore Airlines' Boeing Dreamliner jets in a deal worth $4 billion.
The company said its Trent 1000 engine would power 30 Boeing 787-10X aircraft to be operated by Singapore Airlines and ten 787-8 and ten 787-9 jets flown by subsidiary company, Scoot.
Derby-based Rolls Royce has won an order worth £1.6 billion to supply engines to Singapore Airlines.
The company will supply Trent 900 engines for 20 of the Airbus A350 aircraft and 5 of the Airbus A380.
The order announced today follows Singapore Airlines’ June 2007 order of 20 Airbus A350-900 aircraft, taking the total order to 40 A350 aircraft to be powered by Trent XWB engines.
Derby-based Rolls Royce has won a contract worth £1.6 billion to supply engines to Singapore Airlines.
The company will supply engines for 20 of the Airbus A350 aircraft and 5 of the Airbus A380.
The company's chief commercial officer Nick Devall said: