“For nearly three decades, our family of turbofan aircraft engines have continued to push the boundaries of what is possible, as each new model sets new performance benchmarks for civil aviation. All told, they’ve earned more than 100 million flying hours.

With the digital revolution blurring the boundaries between our physical products and the services we provide, we see a future where our engines are connected, contextually aware and even comprehending.
A future where we design and test engines digitally, service them remotely and manage them through their digital twin. A future where, once again, we are pioneering the power that matters, just like we have throughout our history.

Over the last six decades we have become the world’s leading engine supplier in business aviation, powering some of the largest, fastest and longest-range business jets available.
Today more than 3,300 of these aircraft are in service worldwide, helping companies to improve business efficiency, productivity and enabling economic growth. They offer the flexibility and connectivity required in a globalised world, fly heads of states around the globe, support humanitarian efforts or connect families by making the world a smaller place. Our engines enable airframers to offer the perfect combination of speed, range, size, efficiency and reliability”.

Rolls Royce Aerospace have fitted Smartheat45 meters, as well as gas and water meters supplied by Meters UK.