Boeing 797 (NMA) will not have Rolls Royce engines
Boeing is preparing the new mid-plane model. Can we call it the medium plane? The international media claims that the Boeing 797 will be christened and will be announced at the Paris Air Show 2019. But Boeing 797 (NMA) won't have Rolls Royce engines.
Unfortunately, the new one Boeing 797 it will not be powered by Rolls Royce engines. The British engine manufacturer has decided to withdraw from the current race, noting that it cannot be hired to produce a reliable and efficient engine in a short time.
Rolls Royce does not deliver engines for the Boeing 797
Rolls Royce wants to avoid repeating the situation with Trent 1000, which powers Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. For those who do not know, at first, the Trent 1000 engines caused great problems for the airlines.
The announcement was made by Chris Cholerton, President of Civil Aerospace - Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce withdrawal from Boeing 797 aircraft propulsion race leaves room for maneuver for CFM International and Pratt & Whitney