Long a pioneering force for advances in avionics, aerodynamics and systems, business aviation is increasingly a champion for new propulsion technology, particularly in the fiercely contested heavy metal sector of the market. Reinforcing this trend at October’s National Business Aviation Association show in Las Vegas, Rolls-Royce revealed it has once again relied on the broader company’s Advance2 technology demonstrator program as the wellspring for a new-generation turbofan to ...

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