General Electric (GE) has revealed plans to launch new variants of its recently certified H80 turboprop as part of an aggressive push to challenge Pratt & Whitney Canada’s market dominance. The two derivatives of the H80 are the H75 and H85. The H75 engine will be rated at 750 shp and the H85 engine will be rated at 850 shp. Although no specific applications have been identified, GE says that like the H80, the H75 and H85 will be aimed primarily at the agricultural, commuter, utility ...
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