Extensive risk reduction demonstrations and stringent requirements for efficient aero-engines cleared the way for the commercial launch of titanium aluminides. Low-pressure turbine blades (LPTBs), which usually replace cast nickel superalloys in advanced aero engines, are currently the most alluring application. Fabricating titanium aluminium matrix composites (TAMCs) with ceramic in the metal matrix offers a possible solution. While maintaining low density, TAMCs often have more advanced qualities than matrix alloys, including a high specific modulus, strength, wear resistance, and thermal stability. The isotropic characteristics, simplicity of manufacture, and low cost of particle-reinforced titanium aluminium matrix composites (PRTAMCs) make them one of the best TAMCs. The summary of current developments, issues with reproducibility, and potentially discussed and how TiAl-TiB2 LPTB development went from successful laboratory tests to successful production insertions in industrially scaled commercial jet engines. The framework and toolkits for integrated computational materials engineering modelling created by academics will be shown.