News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
In service for half a century now, the turboprop engine's makers are looking ahead to its centennial.
Facing a possible U.S. regulation governing aircraft engine emissions, aerospace manufacturers said they are committed to global benchmarks.
The propeller is lighter weight and increases speed, among other things.
As it deals with supply chain issues surrounding its new built gear-driven alternators, Hartzell goes the factory-refurb route.
Engine maker inks deals with Lufthansa Technik and StandardAero.
German MRO has become a principal provider of mobile servicing for P&W engines.
P&W will move its enterprise systems, including engineering and manufacturing, to the IBM Cloud infrastructure.
The Canadian company played a consultancy role in helping the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) develop the guidelines.
The network now includes Pratt & Whitney and its GTF collaborators, MTU Aero Engines and Japanese Engines Corporation.
Raft of air show orders led by 200 Leap-1As from Air Asia