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PARIS AIRSHOW: GE and its JV partners receive more than $31 billion in orders

Posted 22 June 2017 · Add Comment

GE Aviation and its joint venture companies, led by CFM International, announced more than $31 billion (USD) in orders and commitments at this week's Paris Air Show.

The orders and commitments included more than 1,700 GE and CFM engines as well as a full suite of TrueChoiceTM engine maintenance offerings.

Contracts include 

Royal Air Maroc: five-year TrueChoice agreement for CF34-10E engines 

Turkish Airways: 15-year support agreement for 150 LEAP-1B engines

 

 

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