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News and issues relating to business aircraft turbine engines.
Brazilian certification of the Embraer Legacy is expected this month, following the prototype’s return from its European tour.
Operators of about 1,100 Honeywell TFE731-2, -3 and -4 engines have until December 31 next year to replace fan rotor discs with improved ones under a new A
With the completion of its first run on October 31, Pratt & Whitney Canada initiated testing of its 2,500-lb-thrust PW625F engine demonstrator.
The uprated Rolls-Royce AE3007-C1 engine for the 2002 Citation X (starting with S/N 0173) has received FAA certification.
The recent article in <strong>AIN</strong> covering the Rolls-Royce and PMA business surrounding the Model 250 engines was nice to read (<em>“Rolls, Extex,
In the fallout from the failed merger of General Electric and Honeywell, Honeywell’s board of directors last month huddled to contemplate whether the compa
<b>What presented the impetus for the PW810’s development?</b><br />When we started to talk about the PW800 family [in the late 1990s], we were talking abo
Though still without a launch program for its new 9,500- to 12,000-pound thrust engine, Snecma reports good progress in developing its new Silvercrest powe
Cessna Aircraft is here at EBACE, sailing high after the successful first flight of its Citation CJ4 prototype early this month.
Turbomeca has boosted its customer-support operation, increasing its team of field-service representatives to 40 and its service centers to 23.