GE 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 ventue 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 ...

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