Rolls-Royce Wins Hawaiian Airlines Order

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Rolls-Royce is to provide Trent 700 engines for six Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 aircraft, in a contract worth $420 million at list prices.  The order includes a TotalCare long-term services agreement.

Hawaiian Airlines already has ten Trent 700-powered A330s in service or on order and this order is incremental. The airline took delivery of its first Trent 700-powered A330 in May 2010.

Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian Airlines President and CEO, said, The Trent 700 delivers outstanding levels of performance and minimises our environmental impact. We are delighted to be adding our new A330s to the TotalCare program, having seen the strong benefits with our B717 fleet. We are pleased to continue Hawaiians long standing relationship with Rolls-Royce.

During 2010, Rolls-Royce has won 13 of the 14 potential A330 engine selections, securing orders totaling over $5bn, to supply 73 aircraft. There are now more than 1,300 Trent 700s in service or on firm order.

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