The FAA has awarded Part 33 certification to GE Honda Aero Engine’s HF120 turbofan engine, certifying its airworthiness and setting the stage for the production of this all-new engine, which will power the new HondaJet.
Ameritech Industries, Inc. the parent company of Eagle Engines and American Propeller of Redding, California, has introduced the Eagle Engine overhaul for certified Lycoming and Continental Engines.
Duncan Aviation has opened its 10th Rapid Response engine location at Portland International Airport (PDX) in Oregon.
LAS VEGAS — GE Honda Aero Engines announced at the National Business Aviation Association convention it has completed all FAA certification testing on its HF120 engine, with all certification reports submitted. GE Honda anticipates receiving type certification by year end for the engine, which will power the Hondajet.
TEMPE, Ariz. – StandardAero has launched dedicated Mobile Repair Teams (MRT) that will conduct on-wing hot section inspections (HSIs) and repairs for the Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) PW610 and PW615 series engine.
Lycoming Engines has been selected to power the Red Bull Air Race World Championship, which is set to return in February 2014.
Each Red Bull Air Race airplane will be powered by a Lycoming Thunderbolt engine, standardized to Red Bull Air Race’s specifications for all 12 pilots participating in the races.
BUFFALO, Minn. — D’Shannon Aviation recently launched an engine department in Mooresville, N.C., that is designed to service all Continental direct drive engines, restoring them to standards that meet or exceed “factory new” specs.
The flurry of news reporting related to the NPRM and recently proposed AD on TITAN 520/550 style cylinder heads has created a case of “Crack Confusion,” according to officials at Engine Components International (ECi). That’s why they put together a page with photos of the most common cracks. Officials note that a “picture speaks a thousand words…and words can be confusing.” Check it out here.