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Turkish Airlines orders GE90-Powered Boeing 777-300ER Aircraft

Posted 19 November 2012 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has ordered 15 GE90-115B-powered Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with options for five additional aircraft. Delivery will begin in 2014.

The airline has also signed a long-term OnPointSM solutions agreement for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of its new GE90-115B engines.  

The total engine order and OnPoint solution agreement is valued at more than $1.4 billion (USD). 

Temel Kotil, Turkish Airlines' CEO said: "The GE90 engine has a strong reputation for outstanding performance and reliability, and this reputation helped us select the engine-aircraft combination as we look to expand our fleet.” 

“The GE90-115B engine has continued to set new standards for performance, reliability and durability,” said Muhammad Al-Lamadani, senior executive for European sales at GE Aviation. “We are pleased to announce the GE fleet at THY and continue growing our cooperation and support.”

 

 

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