CFM achieves design freeze on Boeing 737 MAX engine

CFM International said it has “completed design freeze” for its LEAP-1B engine that will exclusively power the Boeing 737 MAX . CFM, a GE Aviation/Snecma joint venture, aims to begin testing on a full 737 MAX engine in mid-2014. Freezing engine configuration “now allows CFM to finalize and release...

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