Various aircraft engines are referred to in AAC as aircrafts
are scrutinized for incorporation in the game, including a few fantasy ones. The list
of those engines being referred to is presented here in two parts :
Engines actually referred to in AAC (either real or fantasy)
Jet engines background data (build on various sources, one of which
being Nathan Meier database)
Those engines being referred to are likely to be replaced by
fictional references standing for a group of "similar" engines, at least from a performances point of view
(see : main Aircraft Engines page). October 2016 update : AAC Engines Table
Some engines are related one to the other and a couple of
these families are examined more closely, albeit more for fun than practical (AAC) interest. These family ties are
noted as follows in the table :
When an engine originates from a former design, here "REF"
When an engine is a copy of a design, here called "REF"
When an engine gives birth to another design, here "REF"
Either to prepare a cheat engine, a fantasy aircraft/engine
assembly (swaping the historical engine for another), or some other reasons, several "data assemblies" have
been prepared, shown here in secondary tables :