News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
The new virtual reality training for the Rolls-Royce BR725 turbofan gives students a highly realistic view inside the engine.
MROs and OEMs find interest in engine programs that offer alternative to overhauls whose cost may exceed the value of their aircraft.
MTU Aero Engines and DLR have started work on their converted hydrogen-powered Dornier 228 aircraft, but also see direct combustion as an option.
GE has delivered 10 GE9X test engines to Boeing for use in the 777X.
On September 24, ZeroAvia made a first hydrogen-powered flight with a six-seat Piper Malibu powered by its new hydrogen propulsion system.
Sweden-based Heart says it will have the 19-seat, four-engine, fixed-wing aircraft ready to start commercial operations from the summer of 2026.
Airbus unveiled three concepts for the aircraft, which could carry between 100 and 200 passengers on flights of up to around 2,000 nm.
Pratt & Whitney has added Prince Aviation in Serbia and Aero-Dienst in Germany as designated maintenance facilities.
After almost abandoning the UK for the U.S., Faradair is staying on home turf to step up plans to get its BEHA hybrid-electric to market by 2024.
The FAA is alleging that Bluefin Aviation Services conducted at least 26 illegal for-hire flights in a Cessna 402B.