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Also Known As: FJ33-4A
Origin: United States of America
Parent System: FJ33
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2004
Total Production: ?
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Description: The Williams International FJ33 is a jet engine designed to power light jets in the 5,000 to 9,000 pounds (2,200 to 4,000 kg) of maximum takeoff weight category. The engine features excellent thrust-to-weight ratio, fuel efficiency, and low acquisition and operating cost developing between 1,000 to1,500-lb of thrust. Moreover, FJ33 leverages technological advancements developed under FJ44 engine family. The engine's low-noise, third-generation wide-sweep fan technology coupled with advanced high work, high efficiency core components results in a high overall pressure ratio that provides light weight and extraordinary cruise fuel economy.
So far, the highly reliable FJ33 engine has been selected to power the following light jets: Adam A700, ATG Javelin, Diamond D-jet, Excel Sport Jet, Spectrum 33 and Epic Jet. The FJ33 engine was awarded FAA certification in 2004. From the end customer view, the FJ33 provides the speed, comfort, and safety of jet propulsion at the economics of twin-piston aircraft.
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