News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
UK engine maker Rolls-Royce will reassess the pace of engine development once it completes testing of its UltraFan.
Aerocor's new FlightData automatic reporting feature will allow operators of certain aircraft to share data with three third-party providers.
Conseil et Technique believes it can make electric power work for airliners by moving propulsion hardware off wings and to the rear of the fuselage.
Honeywell, MagniX, Cambridge Consultants and Nova Systems named as program partners for Faradair's Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft.
A new design featuring six eight-bladed pods mounted beneath the aircraft wing represents Airbus’s latest effort to “scale up” hydrogen-powered engines.
MTU says its new contract with IAE covering the A320neo’s engine sends a “clear and strong signal” of its commitment to the PW1100G.
The 50,000th PT6 turboprop engine has rolled off the production line, while the engine fleet has logged more than 410 million hours.
MRO provider StandardAero noted milestones specific to its engine overhaul business for the TFE731 and HTF7000.
The company anticipates a return to growth of business aviation around 2022 and is developing new products to serve a growing market.
Engine Assurance Program said the majority of its new enrollments are from first-time aircraft owners.