LONDON — General Electric’s long-standing engine partners IHI, Snecma, Techspace Aero and MTU, have been named as participants in the company’s new GE9X program now in development for the Boeing 777X long range derivative family. The group will collectively hold approximately a 25% share in the 105,000 lb. thrust engine which will make its first run in 2016.  The shareholding is, however, significantly lower than the 36% share given to most of these same partners in ...


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