News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Duncan Aviation's expanded engine maintenance capabilities come with the addition of Honeywell TFE731 Heavy and HTF7000 Series Minor authorizations.
The electric propulsion specialist has demonstrated an inverter that it says will support a 2 MW motor with hybrid-electric, electric or hydrogen power.
Pratt & Whitney, along with rivals such as GE, Rolls-Royce, and MTU, see multiple paths to air transport's green future, with hydrogen only one of these.
Pioneers are working on plans for hydrogen-powered aircraft, ranging in size from 6 to 200 seats, some of which could enter service as soon as 2025.
Major technical, safety, and prototype challenges need to be overcome to establish the feasibility of hydrogen fuel for aviation.
The leading engine companies from France, Germany, and Spain have forged a framework for joint development of the engine for the Next-generation Fighter.
The company's Accessories Center of Excellence facilities are certified by Honeywell and Triumph Group for repair of helo and turboprop engine LRUs.
Bye Aerospace says its eFlyer 800 will carry up to nine people on flights of up to 500 nm, powered by a pair of new Safran electric motors.
The engine maker approaches the milestone following completion of ice testing on the Catalyst powerplant.
EASA has certified a 10 percent power upgrade for the Safran Arriel 2D engine in the Airbus Helicopters H125 single.