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News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft powerplants.
The newly formed European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued its first-ever type certificate on December 11 in Brussels, Belgium.
Pratt & Whitney Canada on October 18 successfully completed the first run of its 1,000-shp-class PW210 turboshaft.
Effective December 8, all operators requesting a special traffic management program (STMP) reservation electronically will be required to update their regi
Turbomeca’s high-altitude Ardiden gas turbine has made its first run in southwestern France.
“We are going to be competitive and we are going to get our share.” <br />
That was the message from Scott Crislip, president of helicopters and s
Two instances of bearing failure in GE CT7-8A turboshaft engines prompted the FAA to issue an emergency AD (2006-06-51) on March 17.
A lawyer who filed a lawsuit on behalf of family members killed in a June 15, 2003, helicopter crash began taking depositions from defendant Rolls-Royce in
The FAA has issued a Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) to advise owners, operators and repair stations of aircraft equipped with the Rolls-