Rotorcraft Rotorcraft Engines
News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft powerplants.
Turbomeca has broken ground for its future research, development and manufacturing facility in Bordes, southwest France.
The FAA has granted type certification to two new variants of GE’s CT7-8 turboshaft.
Taking its battle against high-priced OEM repair and technical manuals and their revisions to a higher level, Extex has placed all of the pertinent tech da
Blue skies over the Atlantic may look a little greener over the next few years as the U.S.
Snecma is progressing with its plans to develop a turbofan in the 10,000-pound-thrust class.
Rolls-Royce has introduced a new network of service centers that it claims offers “unprecedented” full-capability repair and overhaul (R&O) support to oper
A new NASA study claims that man-made cirrus clouds formed by commercial jet engine exhaust might be responsible for increased surface temperatures detecte
Honeywell’s small heavy fuel engine (SHFE), in development since 2003, “will change the game for turboshaft engines in the future,” predicted Ron Rich, the
Rolls-Royce yesterday formally introduced the cat that Frank Robinson let out of the bag on Thursday, the Model 300 turboshaft engine that will power Robin