TODAY :  
 
FOREX: RATES
 
 
 
 
   
First Series-Production LEAP Propulsion Systems Delivered by Safran
Posted: 2016 Apr 23
 
The first series-production integrated propulsion systems for Airbus' first A320neo Family jetliners have been delivered by Safran. Two Safran companies are particularly involved in the milestone delivery; Snecma for the engine (via CFM International, a 50/50 joint company of Snecma and GE), and Aircelle for the nacelle.  
 
The propulsion systems will now be transferred by road to Hamburg, Germany, where they will be installed on an A320neo for delivery. 
 
"Today's delivery is exactly to the schedule established five years ago during the program's validation, underscoring the ability of Safran and its partner GE to meet their commitments for the Airbus A320neo Family," said Safran CEO Philippe Petitcolin. 
 
CFM International has already received more than 10,400 orders and commitments for the LEAP in its three versions. 
 
Aircelle, has a key role in the LEAP, with complete responsibility for the design of the nacelle and its integration with the engine. The nacelle design makes use of the latest-generation composites and acoustic treatment, along with technologies. 


 
 
 
 
 

SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE


2017 Events

+ AERO INDIA 2017
(Bangalore, February 14-18)


+ SMART Airports South East Asia & Inter Airport South East Asia
(Singapore, February 15 – 17)


+ AVIATION FESTIVAL
(Singapore, February 21-22)


+ Australian Air Show
(Avalon, February 28 - March 5)


+ LIMA (DAILY NEWS)
(Langkawi, March 21-25)


+ ABACE 2017
(Shanghai Hongqiao Airport, April 11-13)
Website Click Here


+ FAMEX
(Mexico, April 26-29)


+ SALON LE BOURGET
(Paris, June 19-25)


+ ADEX (ADEX)
(Seoul, October 17-22)


+ MRO ASIA
(Singapore)


+ DUBAI AIR SHOW
(Dubai, November 12-16)


+ AERO IRAN 2017
(Tehran, Iran, December 10-13)
Insert your Email Address:




  Sign up today to stay up-to-date with weekly issue of Asian Airlines & Aerospace latest updates and features.  
 
 
 
 
   
 
Homepage Editorial Section Subscription Advertise Contact Us