News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Quiet Technology Aerospace has delivered its 200th inlet cowl upgrade that features a carbon-fiber replacement inner barrel.
Premature wear on Rolls-Royce XWB-84 engines powering Airbus A350s appears unrelated to the long-standing problems associated with the Trent 1000.
Electric propulsion specialist MagniX is stepping up flight testing of electric versions of the Cessna Caravan and DHC-2 Beaver.
The company has formed a business unit to support operators with comprehensive engine trading solutions to help extend lifecycles for legacy bizjets.
Teams working on the proposed Boom supersonic airliner have begun studying whether they can apply an existing engine architecture from Rolls-Royce.
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.
Safran Helicopter Engines and ZF Aviation Technology have signed an MoA to offer a turboprop engine based on the Safran Ardiden 3 turboshaft.
The race to bring new eVTOL aircraft to market for air taxi services is only part of a wider push to advance plans for hybrid and all-electric aircraft.
Roland Berger this week published a roadmap to get the aviation industry to achieve its net zero environmental goals by 2050.
Geared turbofan fixes accelerate as Pratt & Whitney gains more ready access to fleets.