News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
EASA this week completed what it says is the world's first type certification for a fully electric aircraft, indicating it will pave the way for others.
Magnix is partnering with AeroTec to re-engine the Cessna 208B Grand Caravan single turboprop with an electric propulsion system.
The backing for the startup from a leading technology entrepreneur has provided a boost for the eVTOL sector at a time of concern over investment rates.
The reworked design for the hybrid-electric Cassio pusherprop will offer range of up to 920 nm, seating between four and six passengers.
UK engine maker Rolls-Royce cites a 40-percent decline in engine flying hours during this year’s first four months.
Some 13,000 GE employees will lose their job as the company "resizes" to address Covid-19-related business distress.
The Sikorsky S-92A+ upgrade kit provides added safety redundancy if primary lubrication fails and extends the overhaul interval by up to 25 percent.
GE Aviation also announces availability of its TrueChoice Commercial Services maintenance plan for the T700.
After several engine incidents traced to the sometimes improper use of jet fuel biocides, the FAA has issued an SAIB regarding their usage.
Honeywell has temporarily reduced MSP program's minimum flight hours on engines and APUs and extended return times for rental engines and spares exchanges.