Thursday, March 02, 2006

Air India places $2 Billion Order for GE Engines to Power Boeing Fleet

Air India has ordered GE engines valued at more than $2.2 billion at list prices to power its new Boeing 777 and 787 fleets. The airline has ordered eight 777-200LRs and 15 777-300ERs, all powered by the GE90-115B engine. In addition, Air India ordered 27 787-8 aircraft powered by the GEnx engine.
The GEnx is the best-selling engine on the 787 aircraft.Delivery of the 777s is scheduled to begin in 2007, with the 787 deliveries to begin in 2008."Air India is one of the region’s leading airlines, and we are thrilled to be part of its major fleet modernisation," said Scott Donnelly, President, GE-Aviation.
28-02-06, Thailand
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