GE Begins 777X Engine Flight Test Campaign

Credit: GE Aviation
LOS ANGELES—Flight tests of the GE9X turbofan for the Boeing 777X began on March 13 when the world’s largest aircraft engine was flown for more than four hours on the number two inboard wing position on General Electric’s modified 747-400 flying testbed. GE says the “picture-perfect” first flight...

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