Rolls-Royce Trent XWB (Image: RR)
Engineering & Leasing

Rolls-Royce confirms thousands of UK job losses

Aerospace engineering giant Rolls-Royce has confirmed that it is cutting 3,000 jobs across 11 UK sites as it deals with a slowdown in the aviation industry due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The majority of the losses will come at the companies UK headquarters in Derby where Jet engines are designed [read more]

Rolls-Royce Trent XWB (Image: RR)
Engineering & Leasing

Rolls-Royce to shed 9,000 jobs

Aircraft engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has announced it is cutting 9,000 jobs as it deals with the crisis caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic. The engineering giant has planned a major restructuring which will include cutting almost 20% of its workforce primarily in the civil aerospace divisions which makes jet engines for [read more]

Rolls-Royce Trent XWB (Image: RR)
Engineering & Leasing

Rolls-Royce could cut up to 8000 jobs

Engineering Giant Rolls-Royce could make cuts of up to 8000 people from its 23,000 strong UK workforce as airframers slow production of aircraft. Derby-based Rolls-Royce produces engines used by both Airbus and Boeing who are both reducing their aircraft output in the wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic. As a result [read more]

Rolls-Royce
Engineering & Leasing

Rolls-Royce to cut 4,600 jobs

Rolls-Royce has said it needs to cut 4,600 jobs over the next two-years in a reorganisation of the company. The reorganisation comes as the Derby based powerplant manufacturer tries to focus more on its core business of Civil Aerospace and Defence Power systems. The majority of the cuts are expected to [read more]

British Airways 787 powered by Roll-Royce Trent 1000 Engines. (Aviation Media Agency)
Civil Aviation

Rolls-Royce preparing to test Trent 1000 fix

Rolls-Royce has said that it aims to start testing a permanent fix for the Trent 1000 engine compressor issue in early June. The Derby-based engine manufacturer hopes to start rolling out the replacement part later this year as the company comes under increasing pressure from airlines who have been forced [read more]