New Turboprops To Compete With Pratt & Whitney PT6

Credit: GE Aviation's Advanced Turboprop is the world's most 3D-printed engine: GE Aviation
OSHKOSH, Wisconsin—GE Aviation’s new advanced turboprop for the Cessna Denali is crucial to growth plans that call for its business and general aviation powerplants to generate more than $1 billion a year by 2023. The engine manufacturer was here at EAA AirVenture to flex its muscles in the...

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