Pratt & Whitney unveils PW500 turbine engine

November 1993
Business & Commercial Aviation;Nov93, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on Pratt & Whitney Canada's PW500 engine for the company's turboshaft and turbofan powerplants. Fuel savings; Test flying by end of 1993; Certification by 1994.


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