News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Saturn Design Bureau’s PD-8 has completed ground testing in time for flight trials to start “later this year.”
Blackhawk Aerospace's XP67P Engine+ Upgrade program for the Pilatus PC-12 is expected to provide the turboprop single more power and efficiency.
The C&L Engine Solutions acquisition will support operators of the Bombardier Challenger 604, 605, and 850 as well as CRJ200 regional jets.
ZeroAvia announced today that it has started preparing a second Dornier 228 aircraft to serve as a testbed for the hydrogen-electric propulsion system.
At the recent Aero Friedrichshafen show, Rolls-Royce Electrica showed off its electric aircraft propulsion and storage systems it is developing.
Experts believe “clean” production and distribution rank as the biggest challenges to the adoption of hydrogen power by the aviation industry.
Safran Aircraft Engines will use Ansys's finite element analysis software for sustainable engine development.
European low-fare carrier EasyJet has agreed to support GKN’s H2JET and H2GEAR hydrogen power programs.
Pipistrel hopes to begin deliveries of its Velis Electro electric-powered training airplane in the U.S. next year after changes to FAA regulations.
Flight Design aims to begin flight tests of its hydrogen-powered Hyfly research airplane in 2023.