News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Airbus recently completed wind tunnel tests on a scale model of the E-Fan X hybrid-electric technology demonstrator aircraft, based on the BAe 146 RJ100.
The first variant of the Trent engine entered service in February 1988.
UK-based engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has been producing Trent engines for airlines in the region for eight years.
UK start-up Vertical Aerospace has launched a fund-raising campaign to support its work on a winged eVTOL aircraft set to fly later in 2020.
EASA is looking for industry comments on its proposed Special Condition rules for electric and hybrid propulsion systems.
The Indian LCC must replace all nonconforming engines on its remaining A320neos by May 31
Safran Helicopter Engines certified four new models in 2019 and is continuing work on electric and hybrid systems.
StandardAero's Summeride facility inducted more than 1,000 Pratt & Whitney turbine engines in 2019.
Tailwind Technologies has acquired Oklahoma-based Quality Aircraft Accessories.
Folding Russian Helicopters into the OAK structure to form one single entity is a possibility.