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China’s homegrown Comac C919 will be the first airliner in the world to fly with a truly integrated propulsion system (IPS) combining engines with nacelles
Pratt & Whitney believes open rotors are not the solution to powering future single-aisle aircraft and will offer developed versions of its PW1000G ser
Under a plan first revealed two years ago, Rolls-Royce and British Airways have invited fuel suppliers to participate in tests to evaluate alternative avia
Pratt & Whitney Canada has launched an all-new turboprop engine for regional aircraft to replace the 1,800- to 5,000-shp PW100 series.
CFM International comes to the Farnborough airshow with the first application for its new Leap-X engine under its belt and ready to offer more advanced ver
Engine maker Rolls-Royce is preparing the technology needed for new two-shaft and three-shaft turbofan engines in the second half of this decade and an ope
Rolls-Royce has received awards valued at $16 million for its participation in the FAA’s Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions & Noise (Cleen) technologie
GE Aircraft Engines plans to build 100 GEnx engines this year and double that number next year, as the company accelerates production to meet a demand for
CFM International has completed the second phase of testing of the Leap-X core demonstrator known as eCore 1.
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