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ROLLS-ROYCE M250 TURBOPROP POWERS NEWEST GA TWIN
Thursday, September 18, 2014

Source: Rolls-Royce

NEWTOWN, Conn. - Rolls-Royce's Model 250 holds a small share of the turboprop engine market due to its narrow power range availability. Having ceded the market to Pratt & Whitney Canada's PT6A many years ago, the M250 powers a handful of applications in the general aviation segment.

GE's recent move into the lower power range of the turboprop segment with the H75/H80 means more to Pratt Canada rather than Rolls, as that's over the threshold for the M250 and strikes at the heart of the PT6A's range.

Gipps Aerospace's GA10 Airvan has been renamed Airvan 10 by new owner Mahindra in July 2014. It is going after the same utility market that Cessna has dominated with its Caravan for years. Grob Aerospace's G120TP has been purchased by the Indonesian Air Force as a primary trainer; further sales to additional customers have not materialized yet Fuji's T-5 trainer is seeing the last aircraft being delivered to Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force. With no export market for this aircraft, production is expected to end in 2015.

Source:  Forecast International
Source Date: September 18, 2014
Author: W. Alibrandi, Aircraft Engines 
Posted: 09/18/2014
 

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