General Electric is upping the ante in its decade-long campaign to challenge Pratt & Whitney Canada’s turboprop dominance by stepping up new developments of its H-series engines and preparing for certification tests of the all-new Advanced Turboprop (ATP), now rebranded the Catalyst. “It’s been quite a journey,” says Brad Mottier, vice president and general manager of GE Aviation’s Business and General Aviation (BGA) and Integrated Systems organization. ...


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