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Trent 800

The Trent 800 powers the Boeing 777, being the most widely used engine option on the market for this aircraft which has accumulated more than 29 million flight hours. Built on the experience gained with the Trent 700 engine, it stands out for its long-standing reliability.

In this programme, ITP Aero is responsible for the production of the intermediate pressure compressor casing and the assembly of the intermediate and low pressure turbines.

Trent 800

With a 2.79 meter fan diameter,
it produces
74,600–95,000 pound thrust

More than 29 million
flight hours

Boeing 777-200
Boeing 777-2Q8(ER)
Trent 800

Trent 700

The Trent 700 marked the beginning of the Rolls-Royce Trent programmes. This engine has accumulated more than 40 million flight hours. The engine powers the Airbus A330, being the most widely used engine option by airlines, with a 60% market share.

On the Trent 700, ITP Aero is responsible for the production of the intermediate pressure compressor casing and the assembly of the intermediate and low pressure turbines.

Trent 700

With a 2.47 meter fan diameter,
it produces
67,500-72,000 pound thrust

More than 40 million
flight hours

Trent 700
Airbus A330-243
Airbus A330-202

Trent 500

The Trent 500 programme has been developed specifically for the Airbus A340-500 and A340-600 aircraft, registering more than 24 million flight hours.

For the Trent 500 engine, ITP Aero is responsible for the design, development, production and assembly of the low pressure turbine.

Trent 500

With a 2.47 meter fan diameter,
it produces
56,000 pound thrust

More than 24 million flight hours
since its entry into service

Trent 500
Airbus A340-541
Airbus A340-313

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