News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
StandardAero inducts 1,000th Honeywell HTF7000-series turbofan.
Rolls-Royce is developing new-generation turbogenerator technology that will be the basis for small engines to power hybrid-electric aircraft.
Otto Aviation has confirmed plans for a 19-seat, hydrogen-powered version of its Celera aircraft that could be operated on flights of up to 1,000 nm.
Rolls-Royce has signed the 1,000th CorporateCare Enhanced engine maintenance program contract.
Purdue called the 10-year, $75 million deal with Rolls-Royce the largest involving an industry partner in its history.
The engine support expansion comes after StandardAero's acquisition of Signature Aviation's engine repair and overhaul business.
The newest member of the Rolls-Royce Pearl family is progressing toward service entry aboard the Falcon 10X in 2025.
A new Airbus Zero Emission Development Center in Filton, UK, will concentrate on the development of a cryogenic fuel system for hydrogen-powered airliners.
Pratt & Whitney Canada’s PT6 engine is now in its seventh decade, and in its latest PT6E form remains at the forefront of turboshaft technology.
Eviation’s Alice and VoltAero’s Cassio make case at EBACE for all-electric and hybrid-electric fixed-wing aircraft