News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
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
Team led by ex-Airbus tech boss is taking a conservative approach, developing redundant-propulsion technology using a Cessna 337 testbed.
Under the partnership, Hartzell will provide customized and optimized propellers and support systems.
UK manufacturer expects to ship 50 fewer large engines than originally planned
The company revealed the first of a planned family of electric motors that could power electric or hybrid aircraft.
Engineers hope to test indigenous PD-14 on narrowbody prototype by year-end
UK engine maker highlights developments from fixed-cost engine care programs to its newest Pearl turbofans that will power the Global 5500/6500.
Safran confident In long-delayed engine.
The Catalyst program is also on track.