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News and issues relating to business aircraft turbine engines.
GE Aviation’s engine business has historically focused on military and airline applications, according to Shawn O’Day, manager of business aviation market-
GE Honda Aero Engines is putting the <link ain-and-ainalerts/ainalerts/single-publication-story/browse/0/article/ge-honda-gearing-up-for-hf120-certificatio
In late December, the FAA granted type approval for Rolls-Royce’s BR725 turbofan, which powers the Gulfstream G650.
A CFM56-7B powering a Boeing Next-Generation 737 for German holiday airline TUIfly has logged more than 40,000 hours on wing without a single removal, sett
Pratt & Whitney Canada received type certification from TransportCanada for its new PW535E engine for the Embraer Phenom 300.
Snecma is continuing development of its 9,500- to 12,000-pound-thrust Silvercrest engine for large-cabin business jets and RJs, with certification now expe
Pratt & Whitney Canada last month announced that it is cutting 410 jobs and closing its Longueuil plant near Montreal, citing the global slowdown in th
For reasons that are not clear, every engine manufacturer scored fewer points in this year’s survey than in <link fileadmin/template/main/pdfs/Engines2008.
GE Aviation will soon start certification testing of its new 800-shp H80 turboprop engine, derived from the Walter M601.
Assembly has begun at GE’s manufacturing facility in Lynn, Mass., on the first production GE Honda HF120 engine that will be used for FAA certification tes