GE Aviation and JV companies record 1400 engine orders, USD11bn in service contracts
GE Aviation and its JV companies, CFM International and the Engine Alliance, accumulated engine and services orders valued at more than USD27 billion at the 2011 Paris Air Show. Orders were recorded for more than 1400 engines valued at more than USD16 billion, as well as nearly USD11 billion in service agreements.
- AirAsia: Ordered 200 LEAP-powered A320neo aircraft and signed a 20-year agreement for maintenance with CFM;
- GECAS: Selected the LEAP engine to power 60 A320neo aircraft;
- ILFC: Ordered 40 LEAP-powered A320s, with options for 20 additional aircraft;
- SAS: Selected the LEAP engine to power 30 A320neo aircraft;
- Virgin America: Ordered 30 LEAP-powered A320neo aircraft and signed a MRO agreement with CFM to support the engines. Also ordered 30 CFM56-5B-powered current technology A320s. Expanded its 12-year OnPoint solution maintenance agreement to include the newly ordered CFM56-5B engines;
- Air Lease Corp: 14 CFM56-7B-powered B737NGs;
- Malaysia Airlines: 10 CFM56-7B-powered B737NGs;
- MIAT Mongolian Airlines: two CFM56-7B-powered B737NGs;
- Norwegian Air Shuttle: 15 CFM56-7B-powered B737NGs;
- UTair Aviation: 40 CFM56-7B-powered B737NGs.
- Air Lease Corp: Selected CFM56-5B engines to power 20 firm A320s;
- CIT Aerospace: Ordered LEAP engines to power 15 A320neo aircraft, with options for 10 additional aircraft;
- Jazeera Airways: Ordered CFM56-5B engines to power four A320s;
- National Air Services: Selected CFM56-5B engines to power 20 firm A320s, and a service and support agreement;
- Republic Airways Holdings: Selected LEAP engines to power 80 A320neo aircraft;
- Shenzhen Airlines: Signed an agreement for CFM56-5B to power its 10 A320s. Also signed a MRO agreement with CFM for the engines;
- Tibet Airlines: Signed a MoU to purchase three A319s powered by CFM56-5B engines.
GE90 and GEnx:
- LAN Airlines: Selected CF6-80C2 engines to power 14 B767s, with options for four additional aircraft;
- Qatar Airways: Ordered six GE90-115B-powered B777-300ERs;
- Air Lease Corp: Ordered five GE90-115B-powered B777-300ERs;
- GECAS: Purchased eight GE90-115B-powered B777-300ERs and two GEnx-powered B747-8 aircraft;
- Aeroflot: Ordered eight GE90-115B-powered B777-300ERs aircraft.
- Air Astana: Ordered two E190 aircraft powered by CF34-10E engines;
- Air Lease Corp: Ordered five E190s,powered by CF34-10E engines;
- China Southern Airlines: Selected 20 CF34-10E-powered E190s;
- GECAS: Ordered two E190s powered by CF34-10E engines;
- Kenya Airways: Ordered 10 E190s powered by CF34-10E engines.
- Air Austral: Finalized agreements for the purchase of GP7200 engines and a 10-year Fleet Management Agreement for its two A380 aircraft.
- All Nippon Airways: 10-year OnPoint solution material agreement for its 19 GE90-115B powered B777-300ERs;
- Cathay Pacific Airways: Signed a 15-year OnPointSM solution maintenance agreement for its GE90-115B engines, powering 18 B777-300ERs;
- Copa Airlines: 12-year OnPoint solution maintenance agreement for its 26 CF34-10E-powered E190 aircraft;
- flydubai: 10-year OnPoint solution maintenance agreement for its 109 CFM56-7B engines that power its B737-800 aircraft;
- TAM Airlines: Five-year OnPoint solution maintenance agreement for its CF6-80C2 engine fleet that powers its B767 aircraft. The airline also signed an OnPoint Fuel and Carbon Solutions agreement.
- Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) and its subsidiary, Shanghai Aircraft Manufacture Company, and CFM International signed the Master Contract for the C919 / LEAP Integrated Propulsion System (IPS);
- Jiuzhai Huanglong Airport: Selected GE Aviation's Required Navigation Performance (RNP) programme. First airport-sponsored RNP program implementation in China;
- GE Aviation launched its GEnx TRUEngine programme on the GEnx-1B engine and granted TRUEngine designation to Air India's engine fleet that will power its 27 Boeing 787 aircraft.
- ST Aerospace: First independent MRO company to be declared a TRUEngineTM service provider. [more]