The Trent 700 kickstarted the entire Trent family success story. Its high thrust delivers high revenues, making it the go-to engine for A330 fleets with over 60 per cent of the market share.
Since Cathay Pacific launched it in March 1995, the Trent 700 has logged over 60 million hours in service and accumulates over 470,000 service hours every month.
The Trent 700 delivers the power required for all weights of the A330, in particular for the higher weight aircraft operating in harsh environments. You can see this in the Middle East, where over 70 per cent of A330 operations are powered by the Trent 700.
With the highest in-service thrust of 72,000 lb, it provides the best take-off performance and revenue-earning potential for operators of the A330.
The only engine specifically designed for the A330.
The only A330 engine with a wide chord fan, reducing noise and fuel burn offering the highest thrust available on the aircraft, delivering revenue benefits.
Substantially lower noise and emissions than competing engines.
Best reliability and longest time-on-wing.
EP1, a fuel burn improvement package. Entry into service was in 2009
Trent 700 has won 60% of the total market.
The A330 aircraft is one of the most successful widebody aircraft in the world. It has a wide fuselage, boosting cargo capacity; well-established technology; and sound economics making it an ideal candidate for conversion from passenger to cargo (P2F) operations.
The majority of the A330 fleet is powered by the Trent 700, which demonstrates excellent reliability, capability and the lowest lifetime fuel burn of all engine options for the aircraft.