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News and issues relating to air transport and cargo engines.
A 16-percent operating cost improvement sounds like a formidable hurdle for any aircraft program, but even more so for one at its outset seen as a low-risk
Texas-based ComTran on June 1 received EASA certification for its noise-cutting “advanced jet nozzle” on MD-80 airliners.
Barely a month has passed since what formerly traded as Smiths Aerospace formally became General Electric Aviation Systems at the closing of the U.S.
Technofan is demonstrating its new cooling fans here at the Paris Air Show (Hall 2B Stand D13).
Honeywell Aerospace has spent the past couple of years restructuring its activities along customer lines.
Confidence in Pratt & Whitney’s geared turbofan (GTF) program is such that company president Steve Finger is talking about a potential widebody application
Having passed responsibility for an engine for the planned Bombardier C Series 110- to 149-seat jetliner to its U.S.
In recent years, engine manufacturers have shifted their emphasis from straightforward production of engines to the far more lucrative business of after-sa
Boeing hasn’t yet worked out how to change between alternative 787 engines in the space of 24 hours.
In January, Pratt & Whitney achieved a major milestone in its campaign to become a certified supplier of spares for CFM International’s CFM56-3 turbofans w