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Nominated for the commitment he has demonstrated to his work, academic studies and the wider community, Lewis Kempson was last night voted the winner of the Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Engineering, Manufacturing, Energy & Electrical) at the Gloucestershire...
Henry Johnston, Dowty Propellers’ President and General Manager, discusses the future of aviation propulsion and reviews his aerospace industry experience as the latest participant in the “SoGlos 10 Questions” challenge – a video series providing key insights from...
A team of experts working on the FlyZero project, and recruited from industry and academia, includes Dowty Propellers’ Zakia Hamadache, who was seconded to the project in March 2021.
Digital Propulsion: Significant UK R&D programme positions Dowty Propellers and its customers for world-beating, sustainable, next generation hybrid platforms
Through complex data models, the project will deliver system-wide aerodynamic and acoustic performance improvements for Dowty Propellers’ customers and has laid the foundation for the use of big data with the creation of a digital thread.
Launched as part of the company’s continuing effort to deliver the best possible customer experience, the Technical Services Portal enables operators of aircraft with composite blade propellers to find technical documentation quickly and easily.
The company has two main repair and overhaul facilities in Australia, supporting its propeller systems in service with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and three civil airline customers: QantasLink, AirAsia and Nok Air.
Dowty Propellers’ Field Service Engineers find new ways to deliver customer support during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed unique challenges to the Dowty Propellers team of 70 global Field Service Engineers as they have navigated numerous roadblocks to continue to deliver high-levels of support to customers.
Employees have taken the “Choose to Challenge” pledge in supporting Dowty Propellers’ commitment to celebrate women’s achievements and creating an inclusive world – honouring the 8 March observance of International Women’s Day.
As aviation faces the challenge of meeting strict requirements in reducing carbon emissions during the coming decades, Dowty Propellers and its technologies can contribute to achieving one of the most ambitious goals: zero-carbon travel.
Dowty Propellers enhances its global distribution network with an e-commerce spare parts portal for the propeller system on Dash 8-400 airliners
The e-commerce site offers live inventory updates as well as the functionality to place and track orders, further enhancing Dowty Propellers’ global distribution network.
The “Perspectives on Propellers” webinar organised by the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Gloucester & Cheltenham Branch will include insights from Dowty Propellers Technical Director Jonathan Chestney.
Gloucester-based Dowty Propellers supports the government’s 14th annual National Apprenticeship Week: Build the Future
Dowty Propellers, a world-leading manufacturer of propulsion systems, continues to invest in the future of its business by sustaining the three different apprenticeship schemes it offers to young people in the area.