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News and issues relating to business aircraft turbine engines.
Elliott Aviation of Moline, Ill., has authorization to do full line service and maintenance on the Williams-Rolls FJ44-1A/2C and -2A turbofans used on the
Tulsa, Okla.-based BizJet International announced the completion of its first Spey midlife event after becoming a Rolls-Royce-authorized overhaul facility.
Of some 3,572 TFE731-2 and -3 engines on U.S.-registered business jets that would have to get their low-pressure turbine stage 1 disks repetitively checked
Hartzell Propeller introduced its own line of de-ice components to support the entire line of Hartzell propellers.
The first flight-worthy Williams FJ44-3AP engine for the prototype PiperJet has arrived at Piper Aircraft’s factory in Vero Beach, Fla.
Premier Turbines, a division of Dallas Airmotive, has added -20, -40 and -60 models to its TFE731 Core Zone Inspections (CZI) program.
A new NASA study claims that man-made cirrus clouds formed by commercial jet engine exhaust might be responsible for increased surface temperatures detecte
Williams International of Walled Lake, Mich., expects to receive FAA certification soon for two of its new turbofan engines.
At General Electric, the official corporate slogan is “Imagination at work.” At Honda, it’s “The power of dreams.” The two companies announced last month t
Few sounds are louder than a jet aircraft at takeoff.<br />
The decibel level of a climbing jet engine at full power can be higher (140 dB) than that of a