The JT8 syndrome

Condom, Pierre
June 1998
Interavia Business & Technology;Jun98, Vol. 53 Issue 621, p23
Reports on preparations of aircraft companies in the medium-sized commercial turbofan market. CFM International's leadership; Pratt & Whitney's claims on the advantages of the PW8000 engine; CFM's introduction of its new-generation turbofan to compete with the PW8000. INSET: Rolls-Royce not impressed by PW8000, by Oliver Sutton..


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