Diamond D-Jet Engine – FJ33-5A

On March 3, 2003 Diamond Aircraft selected the Williams International FJ33-4 engine (turbofan) to be the Diamond D-Jet engine. In 2008 they changed their selection to the new and improved Williams International FJ33-5A engine. The Diamond D-Jet will be powered by only one of the FJ33-5A engines with two inlet areas on the wing and the Diamond D-Jet mounted as part of the rear undercarriage.

Here are some of the preliminary specifications for the Diamond D-Jet Engine, the Williams FJ33-5A:

  • FJ33-5A Thrust: 1,700 (not final, subject to adjustment).
  • FJ33-5A TBO: 4,000 hours.

Diamond D-Jet Engine - FJ33-5A

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