Air France-KLM has entered exclusive negotiations with CFM on a huge engine order for the 100 Airbus A320neo’s and A321neo’s plus 60 options it wants to buy for KLM, Transavia, and Transavia France. In a media statement released on Monday night in France, the airline...
GE Aviation and Safran expect the LEAP turbofan engine to reach breakeven margins in 2025. There will be a three-percent margin impact this year and in 2023 as the production transits from the CFM56 to the LEAP, but the numbers are looking good beyond 2023. CFM LEAP...
Here’s an update through 3Q21 on the fuel burn numbers based on the US DoT data. Remember to click the double-headed arrow for optimal viewing. Page 1 shows competing engines and aircraft. The ball size on the upper chart is driven by the number of flights...
We have previously demonstrated that the economic differences between the CFM LEAP and Pratt &Whitney GTF are very close. For an airline or lessor to select between the two (on the Airbus) has to be tough and probably drives both engine OEMs to make very sharp...
French aerospace giant Safran Group plans to ramp up production of its CFM LEAP engines to 2.000 per year from 2023. This is double the production of 2021 and also well over 1.736 engines it built in 2019, it announced on December 2 on its Capital Markets Day. LEAP...
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