CFM logs $12.6 Bn in new orders
- Total LEAP orders to date at 3,752 engines
- Orders for CFM56 family remain strong
The momentum for CFM Internationals’ advanced LEAP engine family continue s to build as the company logged orders and commitments for 922 new engines in recent weeks at a value of $12.6 billion at list price, nearly doubling its total 2012 order book to date, which now stands at 1,792.
LEAP engines for Airbus A320neo, Boeing 737 MAX, and COMAC C919:
Batteries in China to 2016
- Agriculture Bank of China - 45 COMAC 919 aircraft;
- Air Lease Corporation (ALC) - 75 firm Boeing 737 MAX aircraft;
- ALAFCO – 20 Boeing 737 MAX
- Aviation Capital Group – 18 Airbus A320neo aircraft
- Avolon Leasing – 15 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft;
- GE Capital Aviation Services – 75 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft
- United Airlines – 100 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft (including a service agreement);
- Virgin Australia – 23 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
CFM56 -5B and CFM56-7B engines to power Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 aircraft:
- Avolon – 10 Boeing Next-Generation 737s:
- GE Capital Aviation Services – 25 Boeing Next-Generation 737s;
- Juneyao Airlines – five Airbus A321s
- United Airlines – 50 Boeing Next-Generation 737s
LEAP and CFM56 engines are a product of CFM International, a 50/50 joint company between Snecma (Safran group) and GE. CFM, the world's leading supplier of commercial aircraft engines, has delivered nearly 24,000 engines to date.
Source : GE Aviation