Boom Time for Civil Engine Makers

Norris, Guy
January 2016
Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/4/2016, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that due to surge in demand for single-aisle aircraft, production of civil engine will remain high. Topics discussed include preparation for record production by aviation companies CFM International, the General Electric-Snecma joint venture, and Pratt & Whitney; plan of Pratt & Whitney to return to commercial engine business; decrease in the military deliveries of General Electric; delivery of AE2100 turboprop engine by Rolls-Royce to Lockheed Martin's C-130J production.


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