The CFM LEAP-1B engine, an option for the Boeing 737 MAX, has the largest order backlog in Asia-Pacific. Aviation Week Commercial Fleet and MRO Forecast data projects 1500 units are on order from customers in the region. The first 737 MAX entered into service in May 2017 with Malaysian carrier Malindo Air.
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CFM's LEAP 1-A engine, the option for the Airbus A320neo, entered into service in 2016. 1414 engines are on order from Asia-Pacific customers including AirAsia andCathay Pacific.
3-Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM
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Pratt & Whitney's PW1100G-JM, the second engine option for the A320neo aircraft, has an order backlog of 558 engines from Asia-Pacific.
4-Rolls-Royce Trent XWB
Powering the Airbus A350, the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB has amassed large orders from Asia-Pacific carriers Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and China Eastern Airlines. Aviation Week data projects commitments for 366 orders.
5-Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100
The PW100 powers the turboprop's best selling aircraft the ATR 42 and 72 jets, along with a selection of others including the Bombardier Dash 8. 186 units are forecast to enter Asia-Pacific in the coming years.