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FlightGlobal's 2018 Commercial Engines report

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FlightGlobal's 2018 Commercial Engines report

  • 28 June, 2018
  • SOURCE: FlightGlobal.com

The 2018 edition of FlightGlobal's Commercial Engines report is now available to download.

Last year, CFM International's Leap-1B entered service on the Boeing 737 Max and the engine maker cemented its domination of the global market by number of powerplants delivered. The Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 meanwhile powered the first A330neo flight, in a year when overall deliveries again rose to keep pace with record numbers of aircraft joining commercial airline fleets. In the regional sector, GE and Pratt & Whitney continued to dominate.

Brought to you in association with CFM International, our Commercial Engines report draws on Flight Fleets Analyzer data to provide a detailed picture of competitive dynamics in the market. It also provides a full census by engine type, plus analysis of the challenges that will come when modern turbofans reach their design limits.

analysis & news

Engine deliveries in 2017 6-7

Engine market shares for Airbus and Boeing 8-9

Commercial engines: manufacturer market share 10

Engine market share by market group 11

Rolls-Royce’s vision of aviation’s future 12-14

A focus on Rolls-Royce’s Trent 1000 15-17

Updates on the GE9X 18-19

News from Flight Dashboard 20-38

 
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Download the Commercial Engines 2018 report

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