While it may have been a quieter, business-as-usual NBAA show for the established players in the corporate jet engine market, it was the relative newcomers that made the headlines. Snecma's Silvercrest was confirmed as the long-expected powerplant for Dassault's officially unveiled Falcon 5X, while General Electric trumpeted progress on the Passport for Bombardier's Global 7000 and 8000. GE and HF120 partner Honda also revealed that the delayed engine for the HondaJet is finally poised ...

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