Along with the well kept secret 5500 and 6500 development, the Peral engine was also kept secret until yesterday.

claims to be the world’s leading engine supplier for business aviation, powering over 3,000 aircraft in service today, with a 42% market share. The Pearl 15 is the first of the planned state-of-the-art Pearl engine family for and marks the sixth new civil aerospace engine introduced by in the past 10 years.

The Pearl 15 delivers up to 15,125lb of thrust (ISA +15), thanks to the most efficient engine core available across the sector. Despite delivering up to 9% more thrust during take-off than the BR700, the engine will be 2 decibels quieter and operators will benefit from a 7% improvement in specific fuel consumption (SFC). The engine will also deliver world-leading emissions performance, including best in class NOx emissions, despite propelling customers at speeds approaching the speed of sound (Mach 0.90).

The Pearl 15 exemplifies ’s IntelligentEngine vision where product and service are indistinguishable thanks to digital capability advancements. With a new-generation Engine Health Monitoring System that introduces vibration detection, the engine benefits from the incorporation of advanced remote engine diagnostics and bi-directional communications that allows for remote reconfiguration of engine-monitoring features from the ground. In line with the IntelligentEngine vision, these developments ensure that cloud-based analytics and Big Data continue to play an increasing role in delivering exceptional levels of availability and greater peace of mind for customers.

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