BOC Aviation announced it signed a new contract with CFM International for firm orders of CFM 56 engines to power 10 new A320 aircraft, part of its existing order with Airbus.
“This new engine order signifies our continued confidence in CFM 56-powered A320 aircraft, delivering a reliable airframe and engine combination to our global customer base,” said Robert Martin, managing director and CEO of BOC Aviation. “It represents yet another key step in our established partnership with CFM to meet the needs of our customers.”
“We are pleased to continue our great long-standing relationship with the BOC Aviation team,” said David Joyce, president and CEO of CFM parent company GE Aviation. “We are very proud of the in-service record that the CFM 56 engine has established in the industry; it truly is the gold standard for performance and reliability and we are honored by the continued faith that BOC Aviation and its airline customers have in our products.”
CFM International is a 50/50 joint company between Snecma (Safran) and General Electric, and produces engines for both the Airbus A320 family and Boeing 737 series.
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