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the engine that powers and aircraft

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Bastin, who had served in the role since February 2015, has been appointed executive vice president of Commercial Engine Programs for Safran Aircraft Engines.
With this launch, it aims to compete with international giants like United Technologies Corporation's aircraft engine maker Pratt & Whitney and General Electric (GE), from whom China currently buys its commercial aircraft engines.
BRP has found the oldest certified Rotax aircraft engine in operation following a contest challenge following the 40th anniversary of the engine in 2015, the company said.
Combat aircraft engine and Other aircraft engines are expected to account for 46.
The investment would be used mainly for research on technology, designs and materials related to aircraft engine manufacturing, the professor said.
To be fair to Dimon, too, his answer was long and detailed; he didn't throw the aircraft engine out without context.
Under the joint venture AeroThrust Holdings LLC's technical expertise will be leveraged in the aircraft engine MRO services sector and it will provide a full range of aircraft engine MRO services for the Pratt & Whitney JT8 and CFM International's CFM 56 series of engines.
The ground- and flight-tests validate that the GEnx-1B engine will be the most environmentally responsible aircraft engine, with significantly lower fuel consumption than today's engines, partly due to new lightweight technology from Volvo Aero," says Joakim Andersson, GEnx Project leader at Volvo Aero.
The TES Aviation Group has recently secured finance of more than pounds 5m to purchase five Rolls-Royce aircraft engines.
The Swedish aircraft and rocket engines maker Volvo Aero, part of Volvo Group, said on Friday (17 December) that it had received a record aircraft engine contract from General Electric Company.
The evolution of the turobjet engine in the 1940s was the next significant milestone in aircraft engine design.
The world's largest aircraft engine, with total orders to date in excess of $2.
aircraft engine makers to dominate the world aircraft engine markets.
Trifluoriodomethane (CF3I) has been proposed as a potential candidate for halon 1301 in aircraft engine nacelles.
Volvo Aero, a unit of AB Volvo, of Sweden, has agreed in principle to acquire a 67% stake in Norwegian aircraft engine component manufacturer Norsk Jetmotor.
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