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The CFE738 Engine

GE's partnership with Honeywell has resulted in an unique engine that powers the Falcon 2000 business jet.

CFE738 engine
48" 48" 99"
  • weight lbs

  • take-off thrust lbs


key technology features

Dual, redundant digital engine controls

example applications

Dassault Falcon 2000

CFE738: Falcon Power

The success of the GE27/GE38 gas generator development of the 1980s led to the formation of the CFE Company by GE and the Garrett Engine Division of Allied Signal in 1987 (now Honeywell).

The result has been the CFE738 advanced turbofan engine. GE is responsible for the core of the engine and control system while Honeywell manages the front fan, low-pressure turbine and accessory gearbox.

Each efficient high-bypass engine is controlled by dual, redundant full authority digital engine controls.