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Rolls Royce 777-200ER
May 3rd, 2019 at 11:43pm
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Hey there,

I know it's been said that you guys won't be doing the RR variant. I really hope that you guys change your mind regarding that. We really need the RR's as BA and AAL uses them regularly. I understand that it is one of the least used variants, but I really feel that it wouldn't be too difficult to add as it's just the engine itself.

Please take my suggestion into consideration Smiley

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Re: Rolls Royce 777-200ER
Reply #1 - May 4th, 2019 at 1:40am
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Yea i agree. I have been holding back on getting the 777 since i realized most of the operators i fly use the RR variant.

The 777 models are mostly a port over from what i can tell, so i am curious why the RR model was not included.
  

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Re: Rolls Royce 777-200ER
Reply #2 - May 21st, 2019 at 4:48am
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I do not know where the fuse is about Rolls Royce engines. The 777-200ER and 777-300 were powered by Trents, Pratt & Whitney and GE. The 777-200LR, the 777-ER and the 777F are only powered by GE.

Of course if your flying in the land of make believe then your ok.

Working in the aircraft maintenance for over 13 years, I can tell you Trents really couldn't handle the load for the 777.  They work, but they work too hard.  That ups the cost of maintenance required.  Not like GE.  GE is a work horse.
  

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Re: Rolls Royce 777-200ER
Reply #3 - May 21st, 2019 at 3:00pm
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The "Trents" is a series of The Rolls Royce Products.
so many airlines used this Engines which build by Rolls Royce ,such as :Cathay paicfic and Malaysia Airlines
  
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Reply #4 - Jul 18th, 2019 at 5:40pm
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N90831 wrote on May 21st, 2019 at 4:48am:
I do not know where the fuse is about Rolls Royce engines. The 777-200ER and 777-300 were powered by Trents, Pratt & Whitney and GE. The 777-200LR, the 777-ER and the 777F are only powered by GE.


The fuss is really simple.. You give us a product that reflects the real world counterpart. Knowing that most of the major airlines utilize the RR variant, that should have been part of the priority when doing the upgrade. Personally I think having that knowledge and not doing it - while I am fully aware of the company's prerogative - just leaves a real void and off-putting feeling from the consumer.

N90831 wrote on May 21st, 2019 at 4:48am:
Of course if your flying in the land of make believe then your ok.

Working in the aircraft maintenance for over 13 years, I can tell you Trents really couldn't handle the load for the 777.  They work, but they work too hard.  That ups the cost of maintenance required.  Not like GE.  GE is a work horse.


Not because it doesn't matter to you means you have the right to dismiss other people's concerns bro; and I say this with the utmost respect; it kinda comes off as that when reading it.

  

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Re: Rolls Royce 777-200ER
Reply #5 - Dec 26th, 2019 at 7:21pm
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Second that!    Grin

I'd love to see the RR Trents on the 777-200ER, it would greatly add to the realism (e.g. when flying certain BA/AAL flights).

Additionally, if further development is planned, I'd love to see the 777-200 non ER version, too! I had already wished for it with the 32-bit version, but now that it has been ported, I suppose it would make a great addition and make this add-on even more complete (which imho was a huge selling point).

Only time will tell...
  

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Re: Rolls Royce 777-200ER
Reply #6 - Apr 23rd, 2020 at 2:36pm
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The only reason I purchased the Csim 777 was for the Trents; imagine my surprise when only GE and PW variants were installed.  My fault - I never read the product description, I just assumed Csim had RR engines before, they'll have them now...

I'm learning to love the GE variants, but please put me down as another vote for future RR engines, please!
  
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Re: Rolls Royce 777-200ER
Reply #7 - May 16th, 2020 at 8:54am
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N90831 wrote on May 21st, 2019 at 4:48am:
I do not know where the fuse is about Rolls Royce engines. The 777-200ER and 777-300 were powered by Trents, Pratt & Whitney and GE. The 777-200LR, the 777-ER and the 777F are only powered by GE.

Of course if your flying in the land of make believe then your ok.

Working in the aircraft maintenance for over 13 years, I can tell you Trents really couldn't handle the load for the 777.  They work, but they work too hard.  That ups the cost of maintenance required.  Not like GE.  GE is a work horse.



I am pretty sure you are talking about the older or perhaps the lower thrust version of the Trent 800, namely Trent 884's and 892's, but just for your information, the vast number of 777-200ER's were sold with Trent 895's and all three had a fuel burn advantage over the PW4084/90/98 and also the GE90-85B/90B/92B/94B

So, TLDR, another vote from me to implement the Trent 800's for the 777 II
  

Swapnil Sirdeshpande

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