Requirements For MOM-Aircraft Engine Remain Vague

Half a century after the world’s first 40,000-lb.-plus-thrust high-bypass turbofans entered development for the emerging widebody era, studies are underway for a new generation of powerplants in the same thrust bracket. But now, unlike the 1960s—when General Electric, Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce...

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