Engine and engine service selections


GA Telesis Engine Services signs materials agreement with GE Aviation

GA Telesis Engine Services has signed a three-year materials agreement with GE Aviation to provide CF6-80C2 replacement engine parts for GA Telesis Engine Services, and engine overhaul and repair facility in Helsinki, Finland. The agreement includes a full service material offering for CF6-80C2 engine overhauls.

GE H75 engines on track to start deliveries for Nextant G90XT turboprop

Nextant Aerospace announced that the General Electric H75 engines, a European-made engine that will power the G90XT turboprop, is on track and the company will be able to start customer deliveries of the Nextant aircraft by the end of year.  The aircraft is well into the remanufacturing design process and Nextant plans to start test flights this summer.


ClearCore Systems selected for Royal Australian Air Force Fleet

Boeing Australia has selected GE CleaCore Engine Wash System for the Royal Australian Air Force fleet of E-7A Wedgetail airborne early warning and control aircraft. Based on the Boeing 737 airframe powered by CFM56-7B27A engines, the Royal Australian Air Force Fleet operates a fleet of six E-7A.  The ClearCore Engine Wash System enables optimized engine performance and reduces fuel burn and emissions.


Boeing and AFI KLM E&M extend 777 CSP Partnership

Boeing and AFI KLM E&M have extended their long-term partnership of the 777 component support program. In 2003, they had launched this joint initiative combining the knowledge of the 777 systems and components from manufacturer Boeing and the commercial operation understand from AFI KLM E&M to create a support program that aids in both pricing and service level.


Hawaiian Airlines signed engine wash contract with Lufthansa Technik

Hawaiian Airlines has signed a contract for engine wash services with Lufthansa Technik for Hawaiian’s Airbus A330 fleet with Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines at Los Angeles and San Francisco.  The engine cleaning, which includes the removal of dirt, dust, sand and pollen from the engine’s fan and compressor blades, allows the engine to have a more thermally efficient operations and use less kerosene for the same level of performance. 

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