Continental Motors Inc. (CMI), working with its Chinese parent AVIC International, is planning to invest in a line of diesel engines ranging from 160 hp to 350 hp or more. At the same time, CMI is pursuing the supplemental type certificate market, recently obtaining the first for a diesel option on the Cirrus S22 and turning its attention next to the Cessna 182. CMI President Rhett Ross stresses that the company plans to continue to support the aviation gasoline market and sees it ...
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