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the engine that powers and aircraft

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Ohio-based Enginetics, which makes aircraft engine components for all major aircraft platforms, generated sales of some USD30m (EUR23m) in the trailing 12 months, according to the buyer's statement.
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Mattingly and colleagues continue to update software and incorporate classroom experiences into the textbook on aircraft engine design.
I am of the view that the statement made, "Joining them is Pearl, the latest in the Rolls-Royce aircraft engine line-up, and the first to take its name from a non-British river," is somewhat suspect.
EPA has already set effective GFIG standards for cars and trucks, and any future aircraft engine standards will also provide important climate and public health benefits."
In order to decrease its dependence on Western suppliers for its aviation industry, China has set up an aircraft engine maker owned by the government, the country's media (http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-08/28/c_135640184.htm) reported Sunday.
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MTU Aero Engines AG is a German aircraft engine manufacturer which develops, manufactures, and provides service support for military and civil aircraft engines.
Based in Nantgarw , GE Aviation Wales employs a highly skilled workforce and specialises in four main engine types including the GE90, the world's most powerful aircraft engine, the GP7200, the engine that powers the new Airbus A380, the Rolls-Royce RB211 and the complete range of CFM56 engines, the world's most powerful aircraft engine.
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