News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
The first three pre-production Falcon 6Xs are taking shape, and the program is on track to achieve first flight early next year.
From July 28 to 30, the Electric Aircraft Symposium will focus on both eVTOL models and electric fixed-wing aircraft.
HyPoint says it will have a 150 kW hydrogen fuel system ready to deliver for an eVTOL or electric fixed-wing aircraft by early 2022.
UK engine maker Rolls now expects a 55 percent decline in engine flying hours for widebodies this year.
The order backlog for airliners as of the end of May stood at 13,779, with relatively few cancellations recorded to date.
ZeroAviation is flight testing a hydrogen-powered six-seat aircraft, but says that by 2040 the technology could carry 200 people more than 3,000 nm.
GE Aviation remains on track to meet the timeline for Aerion's AS2 supersonic jet, while also ensuring that its Affinity engine can run on biofuel.
GE Aviation still expects to deliver clean-sheet Catalyst turboprop engine for the Textron Aviation Cessna Denali this year.
Leonardo has received EASA certification for the super-medium twin AW189K, a variant developed with a pair of Safran Aneto 1K engines.
GE Aviation’s retiring CEO David Joyce will relinquish his duties to former Embraer Commercial Aviation chief executive John Slattery on September 1