GE Aviation Ready For New Turboprop, RJs

GE Aviation is “ready to go” on a new engine to power 70-90 seat turboprops as well as a next generation regional jet powerplant, and awaits decisions from airframers, says Allen Paxson, the company’s general manager for small commercial engines. The CPX38 turboprop engine could be ready for...

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