When the GEnx entered service, it had already amassed a record number of testing hours. Now, it’s powering airlines to destinations all over the world.
As of September 2012, there are 142 GEnx engines in service, accumulating over 217,000 hours of operation and 44,000 cycle .... READ MORE
As of September 2012, the GEnx has a departure reliability of 99.9%. The GE support team has personally met more .... READ MORE
Replacing today’s global fleet of 314 GE CF6-80C2 powered Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with GEnx-1B powered 787-8s operating .... READ MORE
Genx-1B aircraft engines are certified to emit 41% to 63% lower NOx than allowed by CAEP/6 standards, depending on .... READ MORE
In December 2011, the GEnx powered 787 set two world records: the longest flight for an aircraft in its class .... READ MORE
If an airline replaced CF6-80C2 powered 767-300ER aircraft with GEnx-1B powered 787-8 aircraft on six-hour routes, it could save .... READ MORE
Compared to the Boeing 767-400 with CF6-80C2 engines, GEnx-1B engines enable the Boeing 787-8, a larger and heavier aircraft, to .... READ MORE