Early Results From GE 787-9 Engine Tests Show Fuel Burn Gains

Flight tests of the higher-thrust General Electric engine, standard for the stretched Boeing 787-9, indicate performance is on track to meet targeted fuel burn improvements for service entry on 787-8s early in 2013 and -9s in 2014. The engine is the second of GE’s two-stage GEnx-1B performance...

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