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CFM International Inc. (U.S.A.)
Contact details
Address 1 Neumann Way, Maildrop Y-7, Cincinnati, OH 45215, U.S.A.
Telephone +1 513 552 2053
Facsimile +1 513 552 3306
Email geae.aoc@ge.com
Web www.cfmaeroengines.com
Parent company Safran Aircraft Engines ,
GE Aircraft Engines
Preferred supplier
Boeing Commercial Airplanes (Supplier of the Year 2010)
Product details
CFM56 Commercial turbofan engine - Airbus A320, Boeing 737
LEAP Commercial turbofan engine - Airbus A320, Boeing 737
Client aircraft programs
Airbus A320   Analysis Turbofan Engines: CFM56-5A (A319 and A320) and CFM56-5B engines (all variants). LEAP-1A engine (A320neo and A319neo)
Boeing 737   Analysis Turbofan Engines: CFM56-7B engine on 737NG; CFM56-7B27 on BBJ, LEAP-1B on 737 MAX
COMAC C919   Analysis Turbofan Engines: LEAP-1C engine
Sectors Categories
Engines Turbofan Engines
Company press releases
LEAP engine recognized with Silver Edison Award  April 13, 2018
CAAC issues LEAP-1A validated type certificate  April 9, 2018
LEAP engine surpasses 600,000 flight hours  February 6, 2018
LEAP engine delivering on commitments  November 14, 2017
CFM seeing record production in 2017  November 13, 2017
CFM56 fleet surpasses 500 million flight cycles  October 31, 2017
LEAP Engine setting new standards for commercial aviation  August 2, 2017
LEAP Engines awarded 180-minute ETOPS certification  June 21, 2017
Boeing launches 737 MAX 10 powered by Leap-1B engines  June 19, 2017
CFM LEAP-1C powered COMAC C919 completes successful maiden flight  May 5, 2017

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Other relevant press releases
Safran and Maini Precision Products sign supply contract for LEAP engine guide vanes  June 23, 2017
NORDAM to supply anchored honeycomb panels for Airbus A320neo Leap-1A engine inlets  June 19, 2017
Boeing launches larger capacity 737 MAX 10 at 2017 Paris Air Show  June 19, 2017
The LEAP 500: Engine ramp up is off to fast start at GE Lafayette  March 29, 2017
Boeing 737 MAX 8 earns FAA Certification  March 9, 2017
A321neo powered by CFM LEAP-1A engines receives type certification  March 1, 2017
GE additive manufacturing in Alabama  November 16, 2016
EDAC Technologies signs precision machining contract with Snecma  June 4, 2016
Snecma (Safran) has selected Kikuchi Gear for production of titanium aluminide blades on the LEAP engine  June 8, 2015
EDAC Technologies' Composites Division signs two contracts with Snecma  June 4, 2015
Articles from Airframer journal
Factory series: Why the Villaroche plant production and organisation is a complex exercise March 7, 2008
Factory series: Designers of the 'quiet revolution' are finally ready to shout their engineering message out loud to the world March 7, 2008
Factory series: Assembling greater focus as engine gets ready to become a commercial reality March 7, 2008
Obituaries March 6, 2007
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