Royal Jordanian Airlines receives TRUEngine* Designation for CF34 Engines

GE has awarded Royal Jordanian Airlines its TRUEngine designation for 12 CF34-10E and six CF34-8E engines powering its fleet of five EMBRAER 195s and three EMBRAER 175s. Royal Jordanian is the first airline in the Middle East/Africa region to receive the TRUEngine designation for the CF34. The agreement was concluded between GE Aviation Services President … Dowiedz się więcej

Ethiopian Airlines Signs OnPoint Solution Agreement with GE Aviation

Ethiopian Airlines has signed a 10-year OnPointSM solution agreement with GE for maintenance, repair and overhaul of its GE90 engines. Under this agreement, GE will maintain Ethiopian’s GE90 engines that power its 16 B777 aircraft, which comprises of six B777-200LRs, six B777Fs, and four B777-300ERs. Tewolde GebreMariam, chief executive officer of Ethiopian Airlines said, „We … Dowiedz się więcej

GE Aviation and the University of Cincinnati finalize historic research collaboration

GE Aviation, in collaboration with the University of Cincinnati Research Institute (UCRI), has created the GE Aviation Research Center at the company’s world headquarters in Evendale, Ohio. The Research Center enables GE Aviation engineers and scientists to collaborate with UCRI faculty members and UC students on the Evendale campus to pursue innovations that have direct … Dowiedz się więcej

Tianjin Airlines Receives TRUEngine* Designation for CF34 Engines

GE has awarded Tianjin Airlines its TRUEngine designation for 107 CF34-10E engines powering its fleet of 50 EMBRAER 190s. Tianjin is the first airline in Asia to receive the TRUEngine designation for the CF34. “We are committed to optimizing performance of our engines and maintaining maximum residual value for our assets, and the TRUEngine designation … Dowiedz się więcej

CF34 TRUEngine program gaining traction with regional jet customers

Since launching at the 2013 Paris Air Show, GE Aviation’s CF34 TRUEngine* program has quickly grown to cover more than 500 CF34 engines operated by nine airlines and lessors, including Alitalia, Air Europa, Azul, Flybe, GoJet, Jetairfly, Jetscape, LOT and GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS). “These operators and lessors have a made a firm commitment … Dowiedz się więcej