News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
The investment by Safran and Boeing in EPS is expected to improve production rates and costs for electric batteries to power aircraft.
The company expects to have a new engine within five years.
More than 150 new aircraft, most of them electrically-powered and many of them to be flown autonomously, are vying to radically reshape aviation's future.
The Russian engine maker has engaged in talks with four domestic airframers over potential applications.
Pilatus Aircraft appears to be working on an upgrade to its PC-12 turboprop single that entails a higher-power engine and electronically controlled prop.
The Aviadvigatel PD-35 ranks as the largest turbofan every conceived in Russia.
The Perm Motor Works is building new hot-section components to allow the overhaul of engines to keep the MiG-31 fleet flying until 2035.
The Chicago-based business aircraft support services firm has created JSSI Latin America, headquartered in Mexico City.
The UK engine maker has cut the loss per large engine sold to £1.3 million.
Efforts continue at GE to solve premature wear condition involving the GE9X’s compressor.