Spooling Up

Norris, Guy
May 2013
Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/20/2013, Vol. 175 Issue 16, p32
Trade Publication
The article examines construction and marketing of jet engines by the aerospace industries firm Honeywell Inc. The company's plan to develop a new jet engine with 10,000 pounds or more of thrust for use on medium-size jet transports to be used as business airplanes is discussed, and related to increased interest in production of such airplanes by aircraft industry firms.


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