Specifically designed for the Boeing 777, the GE90 is the world's most powerful turbofan.
Powering the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and 747-8, the GEnx is the fastest-selling engine in GE Aviation history.
The GP7200 engine is produced by a 50/50 Joint Venture between GE and Pratt & Whitney. It is the most reliable and most fuel efficient engine available for the Airbus A380
For more than 40 years, the CF6 family of engines have been the cornerstone of the best widebody, long-range commercial aircraft in the industry.
The CFM56 is produced by a 50/50 Joint Venture between GE and Snecma. It is the world’s best-selling aircraft engine with nearly 26,000 engines delivered to more than 500 customers around the world.
The CF34 engine helped launch the era of regional jets. More than 100 million flight hours and 80 million flight cycles later, it continues to set the standard for performance, durability and dependability.
A multi-platform versatile powerplant, the CT7 turboshaft engine has been powering numerous commercial aircraft for more than 30 years.
Powering premier combat aircraft in 13 countries, the F110 is backed by a continuous infusion game-changing technologies and offers the highest thrust in its class for maximum mission accomplishment.
The most versatile fighter engine in its class, today’s F404 serves as the backbone of USMC fighter fleet -- and is expanding its legacy aboard numerous indigenous platforms.
Delivering world-class power for the Super Hornet fleet and indigenous platforms, the Enhanced F414 continues to make significant strides in performance, durability and affordability.
The T700 has defined performance, durability and reliability for a generation of helicopters, and continues to incorporate fresh upgrades to meet changing markets and demands.
The CFM56 is produced by a 50/50 Joint Venture between GE and Snecma. The United States Military is the largest single user of CFM56 power, which also 20 international militaries.
A commercial, off the shelf version of the renowned CF6-80C2, the F138 transforms the capability of the strategic C-5 airlifter for both warfighter support and critical humanitarian efforts.
The first GE turbofan with augmented power, the F101 was the driving force behind the B-1 and provides both intercontinental range and supersonic speed.
Designed to answer the call for low observable propulsion, the F118 helped power both the B-2 stealth bomber and U-2 reconnaissance aircraft to Collier Trophy laurels.
In addition to powering the versatile F-4 Phantom fighter, the J79 shattered speed and altitude records and has also propelled the prestigious Blue Angels demonstration team.
Firmly established as one of the most reliable helicopters engines, the T58 has capably powered Marine One – the U.S. President’s helicopter transport – and other diverse applications.
The pioneer of numerous technical innovations, the T64 is the workhorse of the Marine helicopter fleet and is for used for a missions spanning heavy lift to minesweeping.
Delivering the lowest specific fuel consumption in its class, the TF34 enables the A-10 to operate from shorter, remote airfields for superior and more cost-effective close air support.
The world's first high-bypass turbofan engine, the TF39 offered revolutionary breakthroughs in fuel efficiency and became the foundation for GE's highly-successful CF6 commercial family.
The CF34 provides executives with peace of mind that only comes with knowing that they'll get to their important meeting or back to the office on time. This engine epitomizes business reliability
The world's best-selling aircraft engine is a joint venture between GE and Snecma. When it's powering your corporate jet, you'll enjoy total peace of mind.
The CF700 was the first small turbofan in the world to be certificated by the FAA. Since its introduction, the CF700 continues to power more than 265 aircraft for 120 operators around the world.
GE's partnership with Honeywell has resulted in a unique engine that powers the Falcon 2000 business jet.
The CJ610 was built from GE's experience on the J85 military engine. Today, the CJ610 has over 16.5 million hours of flight time and continues to perform well in corporate service.
The 6,130 shp LM500 is adapted from the TF34 engine and has the highest fuel efficiency of any gas turbine in its output class.
The 33,600 shp LM2500 is GE's most popular marine gas turbine, powering more than 400 ships in 33 world navies.
The 40,500 shp LM2500+ marine gas turbine is based on the design and precedent-setting reliability of GE's popular LM2500.
The LM2500+G4 gas turbine provides 47,370 shp, and is the most powerful and efficient member of the LM2500 family.
The LM6000 is the most fuel-efficient simple-cycle gas turbine in its size class, delivering 56,900 shp at over 40% thermal efficiency.
GE's simple-cycle, two-shaft 4.5 MW (6,130 shp) unit is lightweight and compact, and offers the highest fuel efficiency of any gas turbine in its output class.
The 25 MW (33,600 shp) unit is GE's most popular marine gas turbine, offering high performance and reliability.
GE's 30 MW (40,500 shp) marine gas turbine is based on the design and precedent-setting reliability of GE's popular 25 MW gas turbine.
GE's 35 MW (47,370 shp) unit is the fourth generation of the industry-leading 25 MW gas turbine.
GE's 42 MW (59,900 shp) marine gas turbine is the most fuel-efficient simple-cycle unit in its size class, delivering over 40% thermal efficiency.