News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
The company’s Growth Option 2.0 program now focuses on near-term upgrades rather than long-term development of an all-new engine.
Package B IPCs now subject to scrutiny
Although FDM is required only in larger aircraft, NetJets Europe uses it in all of its models.
Number of 787 AOGs could peak to 50 ahead of June 9 inspection deadline
The process on the engine destined to power Cessna's new Denali turboprop, will kick off with altitude and ingestion testing.
The Pearl 15 brings improved efficiency, reduced emissions and noise, and better performance within the same nacelle package as for the BR700 family.
Single-engine turboprop has entered a new stage of development, with many test articles now fabricated.
While the engine maker prepares for the PW800's entry into service on the Gulfstream G500 and G600, the Dassault Falcon 6X is waiting in the wings.
Through its FAST engine analysis, the engine maker is looking to make unscheduled repairs a thing of the past.
Expenditures to come over five years and include 35,000 more hires in U.S.