News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
The Rolls-Royce worldwide authorized service center roster now numbers 72.
In service for more than two decades, the powerplant was the engine of choice for a generation of large-cabin business jets.
Farnborough-based company continues to grow, especially in the U.S., while in Europe it is eyeing single-engine turboprop business.
GE anticipates potential production possibilities following the study.
Acropolis Aviation, the ACJ320neo launch customer, has flown a CFM-powered ACJ319 for seven years.
Piaggio has been ramping up operations at its new production facility at Riviera Airport in Villanova d’Albenga, Italy.
The engine series, derived from the former Walter M601 engine family acquired in 2008, now has 16 applications and is certified in 12 countries.
Taken together, the powerplant maker's new programs and technologies will serve to help customers better monitor the health of their engines.
Improved parts availability and engine health monitoring are key drivers of reduced missed trip rates and improved AOG response for Rolls-Royce operators.
Pratt & Whitney Canada's new PW800 turbofans are close to entering service with Gulfstream's new G500 and G600 jets.