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Evidence of the effort between SJI and SCAC to better collaborate appears in the form of two airplanes on static display at Farnborough 2014.
The powerplant will deliver a 20-percent fuel burn improvement over existing engines in the 5,000- to 7,000-shp range.
Pratt & Whitney is working to maximize commonality and thus minimize risk with its various geared turbofan offerings.
Drop-in jet biofuel developed by Amyris and Total with Boeing has been approved, as Boeing aims for 1 percent biofuel use within 10 years.
Technological alternative fuels are advancing but questions remain over the economics.
High-technology specialist will support the Mars 2020 rover and Embraer E-Jet E-2 programs.
As Patrick de Castelbajac steps into the role of CEO, he discusses his plans for building on ATR’s success.
The engine company validates a fix for PW1500G.
An engine failure with a Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan engine in May could has strained Bombardier’s CSeries testing and delivery schedule.
GE names partners for Boeing 777X powerplant as testing proves performance goals.