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The GE Passport

GE's new Passport is setting a new standard in performance, efficiency, and reliability for business aviation.

The GE Passport engine
52" 52" 90"
  • take-off thrust lbs

    16,500
    CFM56-5

key technology features

Integrated Propulsion System (IPS)

example applications

Bombardier Global 7000/8000


The GE Passport Engine Overview

The GE Passport sets a new standard for performance of ultra-long range business aircraft. Developed as an Integrated Propulsion System (IPS), the Passport is designed to meet the requirements of the business aviation operator with low cabin noise, emissions and fuel consumption. As a result of rigorous testing and improvements across GE's military and commercial platforms, the Passport is poised to deliver enhanced performance, reliability and efficiency.

The Passport features some of today's most innovative aviation technology. With more than $1 billion in research and development invested annually in engines like the GEnx, F136 and LEAP-X, GE's leading-edge engineering and ingenuity have culminated in the development of the Passport. With our history of existing on-the-shelf technology, GE is poised to deliver outstanding next-generation business aviation power for decades to come.