News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
XTI believes its fixed-wing, ducted fan VTOL aircraft will be bought by operators currently using existing business aircraft and helicopters.
The CFM Rise program aims to achieve a 20 percent improvement in fuel burn and emissions by 2035.
Airbus has set up Zero Emissions Development Centers in France and Germany to develop cryogenic hydrogen fuel tanks for its planned Zero E airliners.
Safran Arrano engine approval brings FAA certification closer for Airbus Helicopters H160.
United Engine Corporation has assembled the first PD-8 engine core.
Testing begins on the first elements of Rolls-Royce’s 2.5-megawatt Power Generation System 1.
Deutsche Aircraft's D328eco regional airliner will have new Pratt & Whitney PW127S engines running on sustainable aviation fuel, and Garmin G5000 avionics.
Of all sustainability efforts underway, SAF appears to hold the most immediate promise of curbing CO2.
Between flight shaming and corporate clients interested in leaving a smaller carbon footprint, the push for electric aircraft is likely here to stay.
Pilatus Aircraft was the launch customer for the engine that powers its PC-12NGX turboprop single.