CFM logs $15.7 billion in orders at 2018 Farnborough Airshow
FARNBOROUGH, England — 19 July 2018 — CFM International announced orders and commitments for just over 858 LEAP and CFM56 engines at the 2018 Farnborough Airshow, in addition to long-term services agreements, at a total value of $15.7 billion U.S. list price.
"It has been a great year so far for CFM," said Gaël Méheust, president and CEO of CFM International. "We just delivered the 1,000th LEAP engine, the fleet has logged more than 1.5 million flight hours, and we have the highest daily utilization in this thrust class. That means our customers have the flexibility to operate their assets when they want, where they want, as often as they want. Our customers and their operations are always at the forefront of everything we do, and we could not be more honored by the confidence they continue to show in our products and services."
A recap of the week's activities – all values are $ U.S. at list price:
- Hongtu Airlines CFM56-5B engines & RPFH* $408 million
- Vistara LEAP-1A engines $375 million
- Loong Air CFM56-5B & LEAP-1A RPFH $500 million
- STARLUX LEAP-1A engines & RPFH $220 million
- Comair LEAP-1B RPFH $160 million
- Aviation Capital Group LEAP-1A & LEAP-1B engines $848 million
- Air Lease Corporation LEAP-1A & LEAP-1B engines $3.3 billion
- Aeromexico LEAP-1B RPFH $2.3 billion
- Goshawk LEAP-1B engines $580 million
- CALC CFM56-5B & LEAP-1A engines $550 million
- Jackson Square Aviation LEAP-1B engines $870 million
- TAROM LEAP-1B engines $145 million
- Gol LEAP-1B engines $435 million
- Jet Airways LEAP-1B engines $2.2 billion
- VietJet LEAP-1B engines $2.9 billion
- Seacons Trading LEAP-1B engines $29 million
About CFM International
CFM International, a 50/50 joint company between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines. The LEAP engine has experienced the fastest order ramp up in commercial aviation history. For more information, visit us at www.cfmaeroengines.com or follow us on Twitter @CFM_engines.