GE In, Rolls Out As Boeing Seeks 777X Approval

Credit: Boeing
Fourteen years after controversially deciding to go with General Electric as the sole-source provider of engines for its longer-range 777 variants, Boeing is poised to repeat history by following suit for the next-generation 777X. Boeing's rejection of a new 100,000-lb.-thrust-class engine from...

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