GE Aviation Wins F-15EX Engine Contract

An F-15EX after arriving at Eglin AFB, Florida, in March 2021.
Credit: U.S. Air Force
The U.S. Air Force on Oct. 29 selected GE Aviation to power the F-15EX fleet with the award of an almost $1.6 billion contact. GE beat Pratt & Whitney, which powers all Air Force F-15s purchased before 2004. GE’s F110 powers the first lot of Boeing-made F-15EXs, along with new international variants...

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