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Origin: United Kingdom
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Description: Trent 800 engines were developed to power Boeing 777 airliners providing thrusts ranging from 75,000 to 95,000 pounds. It evolved from Trent 700 engine and its three-shaft configuration and second generation hollow titanium wide-chord fan technology makes the Trent 800 engine lighter than its competitors.
The lightweight, high-thrust Trent 800 engine has secured 44% orders for Boeing 777 aircraft. Trent 892 engine rated at 92,000-lb entered service in 1997 powering Boeing 777-200ER and subsequently second generation 777, Boeing 777-300 model.
Trent 892 Applications
Trent 892 Specifications
Fan Diameter: 2.79 meter (110 inch)
Length: 4.37 meter (172 inch)
Thrust: 92,000 pound (42 ton)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Operators & Related Equipment
Engines powering El AL fleet of 2 777-200ERs (4 engines)
Engines powering Thai fleet of six Boeing 777-200ERs (12 engines)
Grand Total 163
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