CFM is on track to complete by the end December the final design drawings for the first Leap-1A engine for the Airbus A320NEO, maintaining the plan that will culminate with entry-into-service in mid-2016. The General Electric (GE) and Snecma joint venture is developing three versions of the Leap engine in parallel. In conjunction with the new Airbus engine, CFM is developing an almost identical -1C variant that also is set to enter service on the Chinese-made Comac C919 in 2016. A third ...

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