GE Aviation is working on a new turboprop engine, dubbed the CPX38, to fly on the next generation of 70- to 90-seat turboprops. The CPX38 will be based on an existing core and could enter the market by the end of the decade—or within three years at the earliest. “We think the turboprop market is going to continue to be a very vibrant part of regional operations and we are planning to offer an engine in this segment,” GE Aviation regional aviation engine operations GM ...

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