November 5, 2020
Issue 16 – In the Air Tonight
Rolls-Royce has been the most consistently successful powerplant provider to the world’s large-cabin business jets, remaining fresh, relevant and active at the top of the market. Over the last several years however, inroads by GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney Canada have heated up this competitive space. These sole-source supplier selections have long-term implications for aero-engine aftermarket revenues.
In this issue, Dean Roberts of Rolls-Royce, one of the industry’s top market analysts and forecasters, offers an intriguing look into the business aviation sector toward the year 2030.
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