CFM gets $27.3 billion in new engine orders at Paris

CFM gets $27.3 billion in new engine orders at Paris

CFM International, the GE Aviation and Safran joint engine division, netted more than $27.3 billion from new engine orders and service agreements at the Paris Air Show this year.

The engine supplier will be leaving the show with a committed order book of 1,658 LEAP and CFM56 engines. Following Paris, CFM’s order book for 2017 sits at 2,850.

In total, the suppliers order book is over 14,000 engines.

The stand out orders include a 200 engine order from GECAS (which CFM is a subsidiary of), a 140 engine order from China Eastern and a 120 engine order from Spring Airlines.

CFM’s total order book has now reached over 14,000 engines.

Gaël Méheust, president and CEO of CFM International said: “This air show has far surpassed all of our expectations. It is highly gratifying and humbling to have so many airlines put their faith in CFM to power and support their single-aisle fleets. Now, it is our job to reinforce, every day, that they have made the right choice.”

CustomerEngine modelorder number
ALAFCOLEAP-1B40
Air Lease Corporation LEAP-1A50
Air Lease CorporationLEAP-1B24
ArkiaRate Per Flight Hour agreementN/A
Aviation Capital GroupLEAP-1B40
Avolon Leasing LEAP-1B150
Blue AirLEAP-1B12
BOC AviationLEAP-1B20
CALCLEAP-1B100
CDB LeasingLEAP-1B92
China EasternLEAP-1A & RPFH140
China SouthernLEAP-1A100
Delta AirlinesCFM56-5B20
EthiopianLEAP-1B20
GECASLEAP-1A200
IAGLEAP-1A & RPFH110
ICBC LeasingLEAP-1A80
Japan Investor AdvisorsLEAP-1B20
K5 AviationLEAP-1A2
Lion AirLEAP-1B100
NorwegianLEAP-1B4
OKAYLEAP-1B30
RyanairLEAP-1B20
SpiceJetLEAP-1B40
Spring Airlines LEAP-1A120
Tibet Financial Leasing LEAP-1B40
Turkish AirlinesRate Per Flight Hour agreementN/A
VEB LeasingLEAP-1A44
VEB Leasing LEAP-1A40
Alex Baldwin
By Alex Baldwin June 23, 2017 10:06