Improved spark life under harsh conditions will extend time-on-wing for CFM56-7 engines.
The Abu Dhabi facility will be responsible for maintaining 237 LEAP engines and 315 GEnx engines from 2020 under the new GE Aviation agreement.
Check out this video on GE Aviation’s dedicated component repair center in Hungary and all they’re doing to improve turn-time with excellence – ultimately saving aircraft engine customers time and money.
Turn up the volume! This is the GE9X engine going to takeoff power on the run pad as it prepares for its second flight test campaign.
Step back in time with Rick Kennedy, GE Aviation's recently retired media relations director, as he recounts the amazing story of how GE got into the jet engine business – beginning around 1919.
Indonesia’s PT Garuda Maintenance Facility AeroAsia (GMF AeroAsia) and CFM International recently signed a Material Service Agreement.
When an airline decides to either switch or extend its aircraft fleet, it needs to ensure that it has the right amount of stock in place to support however many aircraft it is taking on.
Having renewed its commercial aviation portfolio with new engines good for another 15 to 20 years, GE Aviation is bringing resources to bear on its military business.
In April, CFM International* (CFM) reached a new production milestone when employees built and assembled the 15,000th CFM56-7B jet engine destined for a Boeing Next-Generation 737 airplane.
More than 33,400 CFM56 engines delivered to date.