Rolls-Royce announced yesterday that the new Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engine powering the Gulfstream G700 and G800 models achieved European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification. The Pearl 700 was developed at the Rolls Royce Centre of Excellence for Business...
Unless Boom Supersonic has something up to its sleeve in the form of a contract with an undisclosed engine maker, the US start-up seems to have hit a serious setback. It still hasn’t a confirmed engine and can now exclude Rolls-Royce from the list, after the UK maker...
Despite progress on the recovery of its widebody engines that are flying more hours than before, Rolls-Royce’s Civil Aerospace business unit has actually slipped back into a loss in HY1 of this year. Are Rolls-Royce’s HY1 results as bad as they look? The...
Here are a few updates for the month of July 2022: 27 – Stefano Bortoli is to step down as CEO of turboprop maker ATR from September 17. After four years, he will move to a new leadership role at Leonardo, which partly owns ATR together with Airbus. ATR has...
If one thing has become clear at last week’s Farnborough Airshow, it was that Rolls-Royce is getting ever-more committed to hydrogen. The engine maker announced a couple of technology developments related to hydrogen as well as hybrid-electric as well as a partnership...
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