1968-02-01

The Allison 250 Turboprop — Development and Application 680224

The Allison 250 turboprop program is reviewed including engine characteristics, the development program, FAA certification, and development to higher power ratings. Market and installation programs are reviewed including general aircraft turbine engine trends, turbine engine market potential, and a discussion of the justification and merits of small turboprop aircraft. Various 250 turboprop installations are discussed.

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