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Rolls-Royce RB282


Rolls-Royce RB282

Type Turbofan
Manufacturer Rolls-Royce plc

The Rolls-Royce RB282 is a new series of twin-spool turbofan engines under development by Rolls-Royce.[1]

The first variant of this engine is intended to power the future Dassault Falcon 5X (codenamed SMS)[2] super mid-sized business jet, the replacement for the Falcon 50 EX, due to enter service in 2012. The engine will develop approximately 10,000 pounds of thrust.[3][4]


  1. ^ Rolls-Royce expands global capability
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  3. ^ Rolls-Royce eyes additional 10K prizes Accessed 4 January 2009
  4. ^ Dassault selects Rolls-Royce to power Future Falcon

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