Kristian Goode

Graduated from the University of Bradford, Kristian Goode started his career in Rolls Royce in 1996 on a Graduate Training Programme.

From 1998 to 2008, Kristian Goode held several positions in the company such as Development Engineering and Flight Test Engineer in Toulouse on the A340. He was also working as Project Development Engineer for the Trent 1000.

In 2008, Kristian Goode is appointed Chief Service Engineer RB211 and became Chief Lifecycle Engineer Trent 1000, from 2010 to 2012.

In 2012, Kristian Goode held the engineering functional position of Head of Engineering for Services in the Rolls-Royce Energy division until 2014. He returned back into Civil aerospace as Chief Engineer on the Trent 500 and Trent 900. Then, he worked on the Trent 800 and RB211and joined Europrop International as Technical Director and head of the EPI Design Organisation in 2017.

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John Leathers

Graduated from Aston University in Birmingham, John Leathers holds a BSc Hons in Managerial and Administrative Studies with Law. He started his career in Rolls-Royce PLC in 1984 and seconded to Turbo-Union Ltd in 1988.

Two years later, John Leathers joined MTU Aero Engines.

In 2000, he became Director of Military Contract Management, negotiating some of the major contracts such as The Engine Agreement (including Exhibit K) and the Collaboration Agreement for the TP400 Engine.

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TP400 Fleet reached more than 100,000 engine operating hours

EuroProp International’s TP400-D6 engines achieved more than 100,000 engine operating hours, a milestone reached through the delivery of 46 Airbus A400M owned by France, Germany, Great Britain, Malaysia, Spain and Turkey.

The TP400-D6 engine fleet entered in service in 2013 have currently delivered more than 210 engines to Airbus and to his operators.

Developed to operate in the harshest environments, the TP400-D6 engine is the most powerful turboprop engine in production.

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