OSHKOSH, Wis. — Lycoming Engines says it is working on as many as 25 “active” OEM engine integration projects for general aviation, most of which are outside of the U.S. Mike Kraft, senior vice president and general manager of the Pennsylvania-based company, says the number of engines is not so much an indicator of an upswing in the market, but more to trend in niche aircraft. “If you’re paying a couple hundred thousand dollars for an aircraft, it must fit your ...


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