GE Pushes GE9X To 100,000 lb. Thrust

Credit: GE
A month after General Electric ran its GE9X engine for the first time, the company says thrust levels of “around 100,000 lb.” have been reached and performance remains on track. The engine will power Boeing’s new 777X twinjet and, with a fan diameter of 134 in., is the largest jet engine ever made....

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