Trent 772  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1995
Total Production: ?
Unitary Cost: USD$16 million
Also Known As: Trent 700EP, Trent 772B and Trent 772C
Origin: United Kingdom
Corporations: Rolls-Royce
Parent System: Trent 700
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1995
Total Production: 1,840
Family Members: Trent 700 Regional and Trent 768
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Description: The Trent 700 engines, derived from successful RB211 three-shaft layout, have been designed to power the wide body Airbus A330 airliner. The Trent 700 engines also have the growth capacity to respond to future A330 family needs such as a 75,000 pounds of thrust requirement. These engines have been designed for low noise and low mature fuel burn which represents more range and lower operating costs. Its simplicity design also means lower maintenance costs.

The Trent 772 is the first member of Trent 700 family of engines entering service in 1995 powering the Airbus A330-200 and A330-300 airliners. The improved model Trent 772B entered service powering the A330-300/200 airliners in 1999. Both Trent 700 models are rated at 71,100 pounds.

On 13 June 2005, Rolls Royce announced that Air China Limited selected the Trent 700 engine to power its fleet of 20 Airbus A330-200 wide-body jetliners. The total value of the engine contract with long term support services was $800 million. On April 20, 2006 Airbus A330-243 and A330-343 fitted with Trent 772C engines were cleared for 180 minutes Extended-Range Twin-Engine Operations (ETOPS) by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Trent 772C is a derivative of Trent 772B engine and features increased take-off and maximum continuous thrust over its predecessors. On November 3, 2006, Singapore Airlines announced its selection of Rolls-Royce Trent 700 to power 19 leased Airbus A330-300 airplanes. The deal included a TotalCare long-term services agreement. Aircraft deliveries were scheduled to start in early 2009.

Trent 772 Applications


Airliners Airbus A330-200 Airbus A330-200F Airbus A330-300 Beluga XL Support Aircraft A330 MRTT

Trent 772 Specifications

Dimensions
Fan Diameter: 2.47 meter (97 inch)
Length: 3.91 meter (154 inch)
Weight
Thrust: 71,100 pound (32.3 ton)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Trent 772 News

There are 113 news between
3 Apr 2007 and 25 Apr 2017
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Tuesday, April 25, 2017Lion Group Selects Rolls-Royce Trent 700 Engine to Power Three Additional A330s
Tuesday, February 21, 2017Rolls-Royce Wins Trent 700 Order from Hawaiian Airlines
Wednesday, November 2, 2016China Southern Selects Rolls-Royce Trent 700 Engine to Power 10 A330-300s
Wednesday, August 24, 2016China Eastern Airlines Selects Rolls-Royce Trent 700 Engine to Power 15 A330s
Tuesday, August 9, 2016Cebu Pacific Selects Rolls-Royce to Power Further A330 Aircraft
Friday, November 6, 2015Lion Air Takes Delivery of its First Airbus A330-300
Wednesday, October 21, 2015HNA Group Signs Engine Maintenance Contract with Rolls-Royce
Thursday, September 10, 2015Rolls-Royce Trent 700 Engines Selected for New Airbus Beluga XL Transporter
Wednesday, September 9, 2015RwandAir Firms Order for One Airbus A330-200 and One A330-300 Jetliners
Monday, July 27, 2015Rolls-Royce Trent 700 Engines Selected by RwandAir

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Bahrain40
Engines powering Gulf Air (20 A330s Trent 700EP)
China274
Engines powering Cathay Pacific Airways' fleet of A330-300s (23 aircraft); Hong Kong Airlines' A330-300s (20 aircraft); Sichuan Airlines' fleet of three A330-200s leased from AerCap; Air China's A330-200s (30 aircraft); China Eastern Airlines' A330s (31 aircraft); China Southern fleet of 10 A330s (20 engines)
Colombia18
Engines powering Avianca's 5 A330-200s; AviancaTaca 4 A330s (8 engines)
Egypt10
Engines powering Egypt Air fleet of A330-200s (5 aircraft)
Fiji6
Engines powering Air Pacific fleet of three A330-200s (6 engines)
France38
Engines ordered by TUI to power two Airbus A330-300s (4 engines); French Air Force fleet of 12 A330 MRTT (24 engines); Airbus fleet of 5 Beluga XL aircraft (10 engines)
Germany16
Engines powering Lufthansa A330-300s (8 aircraft 16 engines)
Iceland16
Engines powering Avion Aircraft Trading eight A330-200Fs (16 engines)
Indonesia68
Engines powering Garuda Indonesia A330-200s (17 aircraft 34 engines) and A330-300s (11 aircraft 22 engines); Lion Air six A330s (12 engines)
Ireland8
Engines selected to power AWAS fleet of six A330s
Lebanon8
Engines powering MEA's four Airbus A330-200s (eight engines)
Malaysia50
Engines powering AirAsia X/Fly Asia Express fleet of 25 A330-300s (50 engines)
Netherlands20
Engines powering Aercap's fleet of 10 A330-200s
Oman?
Engines powering Oman Air's A330s (6+ engines)
Panama18
Engines powering Synergy Aerospace fleet of 9 A330s (18 engines)
Philippines44
Engines powering Philippine Airlines fleet of 20 A330s (40 engines); Cebu Pacific fleet of two A330-300s (4 engines)
Qatar10
Engines powering Qatar Airways fleet of 5 A330-200F (10 engines)
Russia44
Engines powering Aeroflot's 10 leased Airbus A330-200s (20 engines) and 11 A330-300s (24 engines)
Rwanda4
Engines powering RwandAir fleet of two A330-200s (4 engines)
Saudi Arabia24
Engines powering Saudi Arabian Airlines' fleet of 12 Airbus A330-300s
Singapore68
Engines powering Singapore Airlines' fleet of 34 A330-300s (68 engines)
Sri Lanka12
Engines powering SriLankan 6 A330s (12 engines)
Sweden8
Engines powering SAS fleet of 4 A330s (8 engines)
Switzerland10
Engines powering SWISS A330-300s (5 aircraft 10 engines)
Taiwan4
Engines powering TransAsia Airways' fleet of two A330-300s (4 engines)
Thailand30
Engines powering THAI's fleet of 15 Airbus A330-300s (30 engines)
Tunisia6
Engines powering Tunisair fleet of three Airbus A330-200s (6 engines)
Turkey42
Engines powering MNG Airlines Airbus A330-200F freighters (2 aircraft 4 engines); Turkish Airlines 19 A330s (38 engines)
United Arab Emirates20
Engines powering Etihad Airways fleet of 10 A330s
United Kingdom48
Engines powering AirTanker 14 A330 MRTT (28 Trent 772B engines); Virgin Atlantic ten A330s (20 engines)
United States of America?
Engines powering CIT Group's Airbus A330s; Guggenheim Aviation Partners' six A330 Freighters (12 engines); Intrepid Leasing fleet of 17 A330-200Fs (34 engines); Aircastle's six A330-200 Freighters (12 engines); Hawaiian Airlines fleet of 19 A330-200s (38 engines); MatlinPatterson's six A330-200Fs (12 engines); US Airways 15 A330-200s (30 engines)

Grand Total 96431
 
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