An unprecedented five engine makers are fighting for a share of the emerging 10,000-lb.-thrust (10K) business jet market and, despite two airframe-engine decisions already, it seems the battle is only just beginning. First blood went to Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney Canada, selected for Dassault’s super-midsize (SMS) business jet and Cessna’s Citation Columbus, respectively. Now the fight is already moving into higher-thrust territories. Next in-line are upcoming decisions for ...

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