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News and issues relating to business aircraft turbine engines.
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) joined Canadian and Quebec government officials in inaugurating the company’s global flight test operations center yesterday
A new General Electric turboprop engine, derived from the 7,500-shp GE38-1B turboshaft engine, could become available by the middle of the decade.
Royal Jet, a charter operator based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, has awarded a new engine maintenance, repair and overhaul contract to Snecma for
Nextant Aerospace announced late last week that a fully equipped 400XT–powered by new Williams FJ44-3AP engines and carrying Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 a
Rolls-Royce received type certification from Brazil's ANAC and EASA for the AE3007A2, the latest model in the AE3007 series.
Engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Canada and the Brazilian maintenance and engineering division of TAP Portugal announced an agreement to provide “co
Nextant Aerospace has begun full-power ground runs of its Beechjet-based 400XT with the Williams International FJ44-3AP engines.
GE Aviation delivered the 5,000th CF34 turbofan engine.
The FAA awarded five contracts worth a total of $125 million over five years to engine manufacturers and Boeing to “develop and demonstrate technologies th
Pratt & Whitney Canada president John Saabas told Bloomberg Businessweek that the business jet market will return to peak production levels by 2015, re