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The CF34-10 Engine

CF34-8 engine
57" 57" 90"
  • weight lbs

    3,700
    CFM56-5
  • take-off thrust lbs

    20,360
    CFM56-5

key technology features

3D Aero HPC

Low Solidity HPT / LPT

Load Reduction Device

Low NOx SAC Combustor

example applications

ARJ21-700, ARJ21-900, ERJ 190-100, ERJ 195-100, EMBRAER Lineage 1000


CF34-10: More Power

GE is committed to further developing its CF34 engine family with its newest engine, the CF34-10, rated at 18,000 to 20,000 pounds of thrust.

The CF34-10 combines the most advanced technology available today with nearly 500 million flight hours of experience gained on the entire GE product line, from the GE90, the world's largest, most powerful engine, to the CF6 and CFM56, the best-selling, most reliable engines for 100-plus passenger aircraft.

Key CF34-10 design features include: a wide-chord fan blade for higher thrust and high tolerance to foreign object damage; 3-D aerodynamic design airfoils throughout the entire flowpath, providing highly efficient, stall-free operation, as well as better fuel burn and higher exhaust gas temperature margins; a highly durable single annular, low-emissions combustor that meets or surpasses the most stringent emissions standards; and a single-stage high-pressure turbine for lower operating cost.