GE’s Catalyst Engine Completes First Flight

Credit: GE Aviation
GE Aviation’s Catalyst engine, a clean-sheet turboprop engine that will power Textron Aviation’s new Beechcraft Denali, completed its first flight Sept. 30 on a King Air 350 Flying Test Bed. The 1,300 shp-rated engine, with FADEC controls, was designed and manufactured in Europe. The flight took 1...

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