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Vietjet and Rolls-Royce sign TotalCare agreement for Trent 700 engines

VietJet and Rolls-Royce have signed a TotalCare service agreement for Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines that will power 10 Airbus A330ceo aircraft.

The Trent 700 is the engine specifically designed for this A330 aircraft and is widely recognized for its outstanding efficiency and reliability. With more than 65 million hours in service, the Trent 700 offers airlines world-class reliability, with a 99.9% dispatch rate. The engine will be optimized with TotalCare services, providing enhanced aircraft availability and operational certainty for the entire A330 fleet.

Ewen McDonald, Chief Customer Officer, Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace, said, “We are delighted to execute this service agreement with Vietjet as the airline begins operating widebody aircraft and expands its network into long-haul operations. We look forward to supporting their Trent 700 fleet for many years.”

Dinh Viet Phuong, Managing Director, Vietjet, said, “The Trent 700 engines supported by TotalCare services will bring a technology breakthrough to Vietjet’s fleet, helping improve flight’s range and quality and thereby increasing our aircraft’s technical reliability and operational efficiency. We hope this partnership with Rolls-Royce will also boost trade promotion among the countries while making intercontinental travels more convenient and economical in the future”.

Vietjet put its first A330 aircraft into service in late 2021 and currently has two A330s in its fleet. The airline will continue growing its wide-body fleet to better serve its expanding international flight network in the coming time.

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