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Robert Podboy

Good as gold.

The Rolls-Royce T56 engine is celebrating its Golden Anniversary.  For 50 years, one engine family has set the standard by which all large turboprops have been measured. With over 180 million flight hours, 16,000 engines and  70 countries served, the T56 is the longest-running large turboprop engine in continuous production. And there’s still more to come with the Series IV engine positioned to serve our customers well into the century. The success of the T56 is thanks to the many operators who have chosen this powerplant through the years, as well as the hard work and dedication of thousands of Rolls-Royce employees.

T56 – more engines, more flight hours, more aircraft and more to come.

Trusted to deliver excellence


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