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Engine Agreements, 2019 Paris Air Show, Day Two


AirAsia reached a deal with CFM for 200 LEAP-1A engines to power 100 of the Malaysian airline group’s Airbus A321neo aircraft. The companies also agreed to extend their Rate-Per-Flight-Hour agreement to cover the airline’s entire fleet of 808 LEAP-1A engines. CFM touted the agreement as the aviation industry’s largest-ever engine order by total list price. [Source: CFM]

Avolon, the Dublin-based aircraft lessor, chose CFM’s LEAP-1A for 70 more on-order Airbus A320neo aircraft. Currently, the company’s fleet includes 40 A320neo family aircraft powered by CFM engines. [Source: CFM]

SMBC Aviation Capital signed an agreement with CFM for 40 LEAP-1A engines to power 20 Airbus A320neo aircraft. At present, the Dublin-based firm owns over 350 aircraft which are equipped by CFM engines. [Source: GE Aviation]

CFM closed an order with Macquarie Airfinance Group for an undisclosed number of LEAP-1A engines. [Source: GE Aviation]

United Airlines will purchase up to 78 CF34-10E engines from GE Aviation in connection with the order it placed yesterday with Embraer. That agreement included 20 firm orders and 19 options for E175 aircraft. [Source: GE Aviation]

GE Aviation signed a Set Maintenance Offer with Azorra Aviation, a Fort Lauderdale-based aircraft lessor, for its fleet of CF34-10E engines. [Source: GE Aviation]

Rolls-Royce welcomed Cebu Pacific’s order for sixteen Airbus A330neo aircraft, which will be powered by its Trent 7000 engine. [Source: Rolls-Royce]

Pratt & Whitney closed a 12-year EngineWise Comprehensive service agreement with Azul Linhas Aereas to maintain the PW1900G engines that power its fleet of 51 Embraer E190 and E195-E2 aircraft. [Source: Pratt & Whitney]

Two unnamed Chinese airlines and one lessor selected the Pratt & Whitney GTF engine for a total of 74 Airbus A320neo family aircraft. [Source: Pratt & Whitney]

Pratt & Whitney signed memorandums of understanding with a leasing company for its GTF engine to power up to 40 A320neo family aircraft that will operate in China. [Source: Pratt & Whitney]

JetSMART, a Chilean ULCC, picked the GTF to accompany its firm order for 85 Airbus A320neo aircraft. The engines will be covered by a 12-year EngineWise Comprehensive service agreement. [Source: Pratt & Whitney]

An undisclosed airline chose the GTF to power its order of 28 A320neo family aircraft. The engines will be covered by a 12-year EngineWise Comprehensive service agreement. [Source: Pratt & Whitney]

Middle East Airlines, the Lebanese flag carrier, selected the GTF engine from Pratt & Whitney to power the four Airbus A321XLR aircraft which it ordered yesterday. [Source: Pratt & Whitney]

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