GE90 engine surpasses 100 million flight hours

GE Aviation’s GE90 engine has surpassed 100 million flight hours
GE Aviation’s GE90 engine has surpassed 100 million flight hours

In November, the aircraft engine will mark 25 years in service. Under the wings of the Boeing 777 family, the GE90 engine reached the 100-million-hour mark averaging more than four million hours a year.

“The GE90 engine has proven to be extremely reliable for our customers, and we are very excited to celebrate the 100-million-hour achievement,” said Mike Kauffman, GE Aviation’s GE90 program general manager. “This is a testament to all those involved in this milestone, including our dedicated product support team that will continue to maintain the GE90 for many years to come.”

Since entering service in 1995, GE has delivered more than 2,800 GE90 -94B and upgraded -115B engines to 70 operators around the world. The GE90 engine family powers all Boeing 777 models and is the exclusive powerplant on the 777-300, -200, and 777F.

Together, the engine powers more than 1,200 aircraft. It’s architecture and mechanical design have influenced every GE and CFM turbofan over the last 20 years, from the GEnx and CFM LEAP engine to the Passport for corporate jets and the next generation GE9X engine for the Boeing 777X.

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