News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
CFM International's Leap-1B turbofan for the Boeing 737 Max is on track to complete certification next year and enter service in 2017.
The U.S. Department of Defense IG and Government Accountability Office were sharply critical of the F135 engine program.
The 100-hp Gemini 100, intended for light sport aircraft, will be the first in the new engine family to be fielded by Superior.
GE and partners expect to build 2,800 engines this year
Cobalt-chrome alloy housing better protects engine sensor from icing
Pratt & Whitney said it has reduced the cost of the F135 turbofan by 55 percent since the sixth flight-test engine.
Pratt & Whitney Canada turboshaft was replaced at altitude airport in France
Places renewed emphasis on long-term supplier agreements
The engine manufacturer is retrofitting a part of its F135 engine to resolve the problem that prevented the international debut of the F-35.
Structure should have a broad reach because the engines share a common core with the PW1500G that powers the Bombardier CSeries.