General Electric and its joint venture companies CFM International and Engine Alliance captured $27 billion in engine orders and support agreements at the Paris air show last week.

Rolls-Royce announced $2.9 billion in sales and support agreements, including deals made under International Aero Engines, its joint venture with Pratt & Whitney and MTU Aero Engines. While Pratt & Whitney did not release a total figure for its engine sales and support contracts at the show, it did sell at least 200 PurePower engines. It also reaped at least $780 million in engine sales from its joint ventures International Aero Engines and Engine Alliance.

Flydubai signed a 10-year OnPoint support agreement with GE Aviation for repair and overhaul of 109 CFM56-7B engines for its Boeing 737-800 aircraft. TAM Airlines signed an OnPoint Fuel and Carbon Solutions support agreement covering CFM56s. Virgin America expanded its 12-year OnPoint solutions deal to cover 60 recently ordered 60 CFM56-5Bs for its Airbus A320 aircraft. Teh carrier now has 160 engines covered by OnPoint agreements. Cathay Pacific Airways has signed a 15-year OnPoint maintenance agreement for the GE90-115B engines on its 18 Boeing 777-300ERs.

$500 Million OnPoint Agreement

All Nippon Airways (ANA) signed a 10-year, $500 million OnPoint agreement covering GE90-115B engine material. ANA operates 19 GE90-115B-powered Boeing 777s. Copa Airlines signed a $250 million, 12-year OnPoint solution accordt for 26 CF34-10E engines flying on Embraer E-190 aircraft. And TAM Airlines inked a five-year OnPoint agreement for the CF6-80C2 engines that power its fleet of Boeing 767s.

Hainan Airlines finalized a $1.2 billion agreement with CFM International for CFM56-5B engines plus a long-term support and services contract. The engines will power the Chinese airline’s 42 new Airbus A320 aircraft. Deliveries of the aircraft are expected to start next year.

Shenzhen Airlines signed a $190 million agreement for CFM56-5B engines to power its 10 new Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline coupled the purchase with a rate-per-flight-hour maintenance agreement for the new fleet, which it expects to arrive in 2012 and 2013.

National Air Services selected the CFM56-5B engine for 20 firm orders of the Airbus A320NEO (new engine option) aircraft family. It also signed an eight-year, rate-per-flight-hour maintenance deal with CFM International for the engines. The engines will be configured in accordance with CFM’s CFM 56-5B performance improvement package, which has completed more than 26 hours of flight testing. National Air Services operates through its low-cost carrier Nasair, based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

AirAsia has selected CFM International’s LEAP engine for 200 Airbus A320NEO aircraft. The airline expects delivery of its new A320 fleet to begin in 2016. It has also inked a 20-year, rate-per-flight-hour agreement with CFM for maintenance support.

Virgin America has signed a $400 million, 12-year, rate-per flight hour agreement with CFM to support 60 LEAP engines for its A320NEO aircraft.

Maintenance Services Agreement

GMG Airlines and Pratt & Whitney Global Service Partners have signed a three-year maintenance services agreement for the PW4060 engines that power its Boeing 767-300 aircraft. Pratt & Whitney Global Service Partners’ maintenance facility in Singapore, Eagle Services Asia, will provide the overhaul services.

CIT Group has selected 60 Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1100G engines to power its fleet of A320NEOs, which it expects to begin receiving in 2016. The agreement also covers options for up to 40 additional engines

Pratt & Whitney has signed a PureSolution maintenance service agreement with ANI Group Holdings Ltd. for 10 Pratt & Whitney PW1200G engines. ANI Group Holdings has chosen Pratt & Whitney to power its five firm orders of the Mitsubishi Regional Jet aircraft with 10 Pratt & Whitney PW1200G engines. ANI expects to start receiving the aircraft in 2016. Also, Korean Air has signed a letter of intent with Pratt for 60 PW1500G engines to power up to 30 Bombardier CSeries jets.

Pratt & Whitney signed agreements with multiple operators for its EcoPower engine wash service. ABX Air, Monarch and Onur Air entered into three-year agreements. El Al Airlines signed on for an undisclosed duration. Malaysia Airlines signed a five-year agreement, and Virgin Atlantic will extend the EcoPower service through 2011 for its Boeing 747 fleet.

Air Austral inked a $240 million deal with Engine Alliance for new Alliance GP7200 engines and a 10-year fleet management agreement for maintenance, repair and overhaul.

Rolls-Royce signed a $360 million agreement with Etihad Airways for TotalCare service for 30 Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines. Rolls also won a share of China Southern Airlines’ order for International Aero Engines V2500 engines to power its 30 A320 aircraft. Rolls-Royce is a senior shareholder of the International Aero Engines consortium. The engine maker also signed a $2.2 billion deal with TAM Airlines for Trent XWB engines for 27 Airbus A350XWB aircraft. The engines come with a 12-year comprehensive maintenance support contact.

US Airways signed a memorandum of understanding to upgrade its fleet of IAE V2500-powered Airbus A320 family aircraft with the V2500 SelectTwo fuel burn improvement package. US Airways will purchase kits to upgrade 92 aircraft in its fleet and 60 on order to the newest engine configuration.