GE Aviation is launching two derivative of its recently certified H80 turboprop engine, the H75 and H85 turboprops. The H75 engine will be rated at 750 (shp) for both takeoff and maximum continuous operation, and the H85 engine will be rated at 850 shp. Like the H80, the H75 and H85 engines will be manufactured at GE Aviation’s facility in the Czech Republic and aimed at the agricultural, commuter, utility and business turboprop aircraft segments. Type certifications from EASA and FAA ...
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