News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Design work on new Initium auxiliary power units has begun in San Diego.
The Franco-German SCAF/FCAS has received its first funding, while the nations' two propulsion powerhouses are joining forces to develop a new engine
Leap-1B supply deficit continues to hamper Max ramp-up effort.
Apart from requiring increased inspections, the India DGCA has barred operations to the Andaman Islands.
GE Aviation, Pratt & Whitney Canada, and Rolls-Royce all made significant strides with new engine families.
Validation comes as the engines ready to enter service on December 20 with the first delivery of a Global 7500.
The initial Japanese-build geared turbofan has passed Pratt & Whitney’s production acceptance test.
In harsh climates like the Middle East, external power reduces wear on engines and batteries.
In service with for 49 years, first as an airliner, then as a flying engine testbed, the four-engine jumbo was the world's oldest active 747.
Among the new systems that were unveiled at the Zhuhai show is a J-10B demonstrator equipped with a thrust-vectoring nozzle