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News and issues relating to business aircraft turbine engines.
Honeywell’s new HTF7500E engine has reached a flight-test milestone of 20 flights and more than 140 test hours on the OEM’s B757 flying test bed.
The in-service fleet of Honeywell’s HTF7000 turbofans powering Bombardier Challenger 300s reached one million flight hours in April.
Honeywell (Stand 7044) has completed certification of its HTF7250G engine, which powers the in-development supermidsize Gulfstream G250, and is progressing
Business aviation will still be burning fossil fuels in things that are recognizable as turbine engines 30 years from now.
Ask experienced aircraft owners and pilots what good product support means to them and they will likely tell you it is extremely important to every safe fl
Rockwell Collins’s Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics system received FAA technical standard order (TSO) approval on April 21.
The 7,445-pound-thrust Honeywell HTF7250G turbofan gained FAA certification last month, a company official told <b>AIN</b>.
Pratt & Whitney Canada (Stand C414) has launched <link http://www.pt6nation.com/ _blank>PT6 Nation.com</link>, a new microsite for operators and aficionado
Snecma and Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) signed an agreement on November 26 for the engine manufacturer to provide full service support for the CFM In
We’re here in Dubai where we received a press release from Pratt & Whitney Canada announcing the launch of <link http://www.pt6nation.com/ _blank>PT6Na