Airbus delays push Rolls Royce to suspend engine production

10/6/2006 | BBC

Rolls Royce says delays in production of the Airbus A380 will force it to suspend production of its Trent 900 engine for 12 months. At this point, it is unclear if the company will cut jobs. "We are waiting for more details about requirements from Airbus," Rolls-Royce says. "Once we are clear on that and any potential impact on future workload, we will consult with the unions."

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