Engine makers CFM International, GE Aerospace, and Safran Group hope to get a complete picture of the extent of unapproved parts sold with fraudulent documentation by UK-based company AOG Technics within fourteen days. The company and owner Jose Zamora Yrala were...
Along with so many other aviation-related companies., GE is also reporting its earnings. Bank of America had a good summary: “good enough to keep the rally going.” GE’s numbers were strong – aerospace revenues were up 28%, and orders were up...
Another setback for Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan operators. The engine maker says that “a significant portion of the PW1100G-JM engine fleet” on Airbus A320neo family aircraft will need accelerated wing removal and inspection within nine to twelve months. The...
The Paris Airshow has not just seen deals for aircraft, but also for engine makers. Pratt & Whitney, CFM, General Electric, and Rolls-Royce all announced engine orders and service agreements during the week. A recap. General Electric GE Aerospace announced a firm...
GE Aerospace and partner Safran have been successful in replicating the circumstances that have affected the durability of the CFM LEAP engines, including high-pressure turbine (HPT) blades and fuel nozzles. Specifically, the effects of sand dusting on the engine are...
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