The Williams FJ33-5A engine will propel FLARIS
On the 16th of June 2015, which was the second day of the 51. International Paris Air Show, the FLARIS stand was visited by Greg Williams – the owner and President of Williams International, and Matt Huff – the Vice President, Business Development of Williams International. They signed a contract with us for the supply of next-generation FJ33-5A engines, which are adapted for use in FLARIS LAR 1 planes.
Williams International have developed a new generation of turbofan engines with a thrust of 8.2kN, which enables FLARIS LAR 1 jets to have high performance. FJ33-5A is the younger brother of the FJ44 engine (it is a scaled-down version of the FJ44 class). The FJ44 engines have logged 10 million hours in flight without failure, which is why their manufacturer offers a lifetime warranty for these engines. The Williams FJ33-5A engine will propel Flaris.