News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Service network is in place and company is looking ahead to future applications, including single-engine platforms.
The company has added new authorized service centers globally.
Pratt & Whitney Canada announces new, higher-power PT6A-140A for utility aircraft.
Nexcelle’s nacelles promise improved aerodynamic efficiency, a quieter sound profile and more efficient maintenance.
Pratt & Whitney Canada updates engine programs and introduces a new ESP support plan.
GE is launching new 850- to 1,650-shp turboprop family that targets a market dominated by the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6.
Composite prop boosts cruise speed and climb and shortens takeoff.
This marks the first production agreement for the new Honeywell HTS900 turboshaft.
Rolls-Royce and Liebherr joint venture launches R&D program at Friedreichshafen
CFM Ebanga describes Middle East as “most demanding market”