‘World-class Experience’ Builds 15,000th CFM56-7B Engine

Sponsored content provided by GE In April, CFM International* (CFM) reached a new production milestone when employees built and assembled the 15,000th CFM56-7B jet engine destined for a Boeing Next-Generation 737 airplane. When CFM56 engines first entered service in 1982 – and when the CFM56-7B...

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