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The proven BR700 family of business jet engines, with over 25 million flight hours, provides an outstanding foundation for the B-52 Re-Engine Program.

免费看成年人视频在线观看BR700 series engines, with the US Air Force designation of F130, are already powering both the C-37 and E-11 BACN aircraft. In service around the world, these engines have proven outstanding reliability and efficiency.

Flight Proven
Perfect Fit
High electrical power
Outstanding Fuel Efficiency

Long term partner

We are the second largest producer of jet engines in the world and already have a large footprint in the US with over $2 billion invested and 6,000 employees. We add $8.6 billion to the US economy.

We have a long and successful history as a propulsion provider for the US Department of Defense. For the B-52 Re-Engining Program, Rolls-Royce will offer an F130, based on the BR725 business jet engine, and the engine will be produced in the US. The F130 engine based on the BR725 is a perfect fit for the B-52 with flight proven reliability, superb life cycle cost, and low integration risk.

We are a long-term partner in innovation and have invested over $1 billion in US Research & Development over the last five years. Rolls-Royce Digital Engineering capability has been developed over decades and is ready for the B-52 Re-Engining Program. We have proven our capability in rapid prototyping and are ready now to support any level of rapid prototyping needed.

Supporting the US Air Force

Proven Reliability and Outstanding Fuel Efficiency

Proven Reliability and Outstanding Fuel Efficiency

  • The F130 series and Civil fleet have accumulated over 25 million flight hours in operation
  • The F130 powers the C-37 and E-11 BACN aircraft in the USAF fleet
  • Installed in the B-52, this engine will provide vastly greater fuel efficiency while increasing range and reducing tanker requirements
  • The F130 offers outstanding reliability with high mission readiness and low maintenance demands
  • Ready for integration with the latest Digital Engineering tools
  • Once installed, the F130 can stay on wing for the planned B-52 lifetime