General Electric is mounting an all-out assault on Pratt & Whitney Canada’s 50-year dominance of the turboprop world by launching a family of advanced turboprop (ATP) engines following its selection by Textron to power the company’s newly disclosed next-generation single-engine turboprop aircraft. The $400 million GE development represents the first significant challenge to P&WC’s PT6 and its hold on the business and general aviation turboprop market, and builds on ...

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