The F404 proves its versatility every day as it continues to power front line fighters for armed forces around the globe. The power behind the world's first stealth fighter, the F-117, many variants of the F404 set the standard for performance, simplicity and capability aboard a growing range of aircraft.
The F404-GE-102 powers the Korean T-50 advanced trainer/fighter and incorporates single-engine safety features, including a Full Authority Digital Electronic Control.
The F404-GE-402 provides power, improved fuel efficiency and increased mission capability for the combat-proven Boeing F/A-18C/D Hornet.
The F404/RM12 has been developed in conjunction with Volvo Aero Corporation to power the Saab Gripen multi-role fighter, attack and reconnaissance aircraft.
The highest thrust variant of the F404 family, the -IN20, deploys the latest hot section materials and technologies to power India's Light Combat Aircraft.
Developed for the Boeing T-7A Red Hawk advanced trainer, the F404-GE-103 is the latest derivative of the F404 family. It includes single-engine safety features and a Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC) derived from GE’s F414 engine.
|Sea Level/Standard Day|
|Thrust Class (lb)||17,700||18,100||19,000|