News and developments about aircraft engines, including turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft and piston.
Turbine engine maker Williams International has successfully completed a flight test of its FJ44-4 engine on 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel.
Qatar Airways’ CEO has called on GE to accelerate efforts toward a “future-technology” engine.
JAL has accelerated the retirement of its Boeing 777s by a year.
ZeroAvia's plan for 50- and 100-seat hydrogen-powered airliners are advancing alongside several other new hybrid-electric and electric aircraft.
Planning to complete its UltraFan demonstrator by year-end, Rolls begins to build the engine’s first example in Derby, UK.
Common Klimov engines in the Il-114 and Il-112 airlifter continue to present concerns.
JSSI's hourly engine maintenance program will cover XOJet Aviation's fleet of 15 Challenger 300s.
Norway-based regional airline Wideroe is to start operating Tecnam's nine-passenger P-Volt powered by a Rolls-Royce electric propulsion system.
The European Investment Bank will make available a 10-year credit line to Safran for the development of environmentally friendly engine technology.
The MRO arm of MTU Aero Engines saw the number of incoming engines decline only 18 percent compared with 2019.