We offer a complete product range of CFM56-5B ENGINE, World record thrust, T901 Engine Models, Engine and CF34-3 engine
Powering the Airbus A320 family The CFM56-5B is the engine of choice for the A320 family, having been selected to power nearly 60 percent of the aircraft ordered. Today, it is the only engine that can power every model of the A320 family with one bill of materials. The engine’s broad-based market acceptance has been because of its simple, rugged architecture, which gives it the highest reliability, durability and reparability in its class.
During certification testing in 2002, the GE90-115B engine set a world-record 127, 900 lbs. of thrust. The GE90-115B ran for approximately 60 hours at triple red-line conditions (maximum fan speed, core speed and exhaust gas temperature) to evaluate the engine at its operational limits and demonstrate its capability beyond the most extreme operating conditions.
In 1995, the GE90 engine debuted aboard a British Airways 777 airplane along with commercial aviation’s first-ever carbon-fiber composite fan blades. Early GE90 engine models boasted outputs between 74, 000 and 94, 000 lbs. of thrust, and today it remains the world’s largest turbofan engine. GE has continued to improve upon the GE90 design with larger variants (-110B and -115B) built exclusively for Boeing’s largest 777 models (777-200LR and 777-300ER). The GE90 is now the best-selling engine for that aircraft family. Safran Aircraft Engines of France, Avio Aero of Italy and IHI Corporation of Japan are all revenue-sharing participants in the GE90 program.