News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
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.
As ITP Aero weighs on Rolls-Royce, the UK engine maker considers its divestiture.
Hartzell Engine Technologies said FAA Organization Designation Authorization enables it to bring new products to market faster and at a lower cost.
NDB says its self-charging nano diamond batteries will be far more efficient than current technologies and will not require any supporting infrastructure.
Honeywell said the approval marks a step forward in the fast-growing 3D printing field.
Rolls-Royce citied the economic downfall from Covid-19 for its decision to shutter operations at its commercial aircraft components plant in Virginia.