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After eight months on the job as president of Pratt & Whitney Canada, Alain Bellemare guides a company that is becoming increasingly global in nature w
Garrett Aviation Services has acquired the Cessna Citation FJ44 re-engining business from Sierra Industries.
Cessna has selected the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW615F turbofan engine instead of the FJ33 turbofan proposed by Williams International as the powerplant for
India’s National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) has selected the SMA SR305 diesel engine to power its new Hansa 4 four-seat light utility aircraft.
Honeywell’s AS907 engine completed certification by Europe’s Joint Aviation Authorities on December 3.
Following the selection of its RB282 to power Dassault’s new super-midsize design at the Paris Air Show in June– beating competing designs from Snecma, Hon
France-based engine manufacturer Snecma has started ground-testing the core engine demonstrator of its Silvercrest turbofan design.
Honda Aero held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new engine plant in Burlington, N.C., on November 28.
The story of how a 100-year-old prestige motor car company evolved into one of the world’s premier aircraft engine manufacturers is rooted in the weaving t
The CEOs of Honda Motor and GE Transportation, a division of General Electric, signed the definitive agreement during the NBAA Convention last month to cre