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ATR prepares for first PW127XT delivery

ATR is preparing to deliver the first 72-600 with the improved Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127XT-M engine, now that the powerplant has been certified by Transport Canada Civil Aviation in August. The new engine is to become the new standard engine for the ATR as well...

Pratt & Whitney Canada launches another PT6 Upgrade

About a month ago, Pratt & Whitney Canada announced yet another upgrade on their venerable PT6.  This engine powers the Pilatus PC-12NGX. It is the first turboprop engine in general aviation to offer a dual-channel integrated electronic propeller and engine...

Daher Introduces TBM 940

Daher introduced today the latest model in its single-engine turboprop line, the TBM 940. The new model features an auto-throttle and automatic de-icing system, substantially reducing pilot workload.  “The TBM 940 redefines the ultimate private aircraft:...

Q&A with John Saabas, President, Pratt & Whitney Canada

John Saabas, President, Pratt & Whitney Canada AirInsight: Thanks for being with us today, John. The venerable PT6, the turboprop industry leader since its introduction in 1963, has new competition.  How is Pratt & Whitney responding to the new competition,...