The CF34 engine captured more than 470 orders in the last 12 months as airlines revitalized their regional jet fleets. The rising order book is also boosting production rates for the engine. CF34 production rates will grow from more than 330 engines in 2013 to close to 400 engines in 2014 and more than 475 engines by 2016.
"The CF34 engines remain one of the most reliable and durable engines for regional aviation with an outstanding 99.95% dispatch reliability and durability that is unparalleled," said
GE has delivered more than 5,900 CF34 engines and has continuously invested in product enhancements since it entered service in 1992. Today, CF34 engines are in service with 200 operators in more than 70 countries. The engines have accumulated more than 100 million flight hours and 80 million cycles on Bombardier CRJ and Embraer E-Jet aircraft.
Engines in the CF34 engine family include:
The CF34-10E engine, the highest thrust rating for the CF34 engine family at 20,000 pounds of thrust, with more than 1,300 CF34-10E engines in service with more than 60 operators of
The CF34-10A engine continues to flight test on the
The CF34-8 engine has more than 2,200 CF34-8 engines in service with more than 70 operators of Bombardier CRJ700/CRJ900s (1390) and
The CF34-3 engines helped launch a new era in aviation when it entered service on Bombardier's CRJ100 aircraft in 1992, spawning the beginning of regional jet segment in commercial aviation. Close to 2,300 CF34-3A1 and -3B1 engines power the Bombardier CRJ100/200 aircraft.
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