Pratt & Whitney Canada is prepared to launch a next-generation turboprop engine for an aircraft in the 90-seat range next year for EIS in 2016, according to VP-Marketing Richard Dussault. Meanwhile, GE Aviation GM-Regional and Large Business Aviation Chuck Nugent said the company continues to develop the CPX38 turboprop engine, which would be a derivative of the GE38 helicopter turboshaft and could be ready for a 2016 EIS. Speaking to reporters on Tuesday at the Regional Airline ...

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