News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Aircraft Servicing Guernsey has received line maintenance approval of Williams International's FJ33 engine.
Reaction Engines is incorporating modifications to its facility in Colorado for the next phase of high-Mach/temperature propulsion technology tests.
Williams International designated Jet Maintenance International as an authorized service center for the FJ44 engine series used on light Cessna Citations.
Columbia Helicopters and United Aero Group have signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperatively support the Sikorsky S-61.
Air bp has signed an agreement with Rolls-Royce to furnish the UK-based engine maker with sustainable aviation fuel to power its engine testing programs.
The Eliminate Aviation Gasoline Lead Emissions initiative held a meeting March 16-17 to advance the elimination of lead from avgas.
Textron will make further investments in European electric aircraft maker Pipistrel, which will be the foundation for its new eAviation division.
Airbus is starting up testing on a new high-voltage lithium-ion battery system that will be used to power the EcoPulse demonstrator aircraft.
Rolls-Royce (Booth 2817) has announced the appointment of five more new First (fully integrated Rolls-Royce support team) Network
With the acquisition of the T53 type certificate, Eagle Copters and Ozark Aeroworks have plans to extend the viability of the turboshaft engine.