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The manufacturer which has more than 2 million passenger cabin windows in service will supply Spirit AeroSystems for the next 10 years.
A mix of airlines and leasing companies are set to sign new contracts with Boeing this week.
Increasing time on wing means engines need a robust support network that can act fast. CFM is preparing to provide that for Leap engines.
Ground testing has started of the first 100,000-pound-thrust GE9X turbofan, which is the largest-ever commercial aircraft engine.
Japanese manufacturer’s long-delayed regional jet but flight testing is starting again in earnest this summer around the U.S and in Japan.
Demonstration tour takes turboprop to nine cities across North America
Competing With Boeing’s 787 is one reason Airbus is looking at a larger A330neo, which it launched at the last Farnborough show in 2014.
The Trent 7000 powerplant for the Airbus A330 Neo represents “a pretty active program,” says Rolls-Royce customer marketing head Peter Johnston.
For the new longer, shorter-range 787, the UK engine maker will provide the TEN engine, a Trent 1000 using XWB tech.
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