Achieving mature durability of the CFM LEAP engine is a key priority for GE Aerospace. The engine is already performing well, but further improvements in reliability will not just drive customer satisfaction but also improve profitability and get the program toward break even by mid-decade, GE Aerospace today during its Investor’s Conference in Cincinnati.

“Durability is our number one priority. We want that engine on the wing, making money for our customer, exactly where it belongs”, said Russell Stokes, CEO of Commercial Engines and Services.


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