Deliveries of CFM Leap-1 engines are about to overtake those of the CFM56 for the first time, marking a watershed moment in the 44-year history of CFM International, the GE Aviation-Safran Aircraft Engines joint venture. The milestone comes as combined deliveries of the two engine families remain on course to reach between 2,000 and 2,250 for the year, despite production system issues that have put the company behind its delivery schedule of Leap-1Bs to Boeing. Between 1,100-1,200 of all ...

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