Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2001
Total Production: 3,512
Also Known As: CF34-8C1, CF34-8C5, CF34-8C5A1, CF34-8C5A2, CF34-8C5B1 and CF34-8E
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: General Electric
Parent System: CF34
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1983
Total Production: 8,266
Family Members: CF34-10, CF34-3 and CF34-3B MTO
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Description: The CF34 engine is a derivative of combat proven TF34 military engine, which powers US Air Force A-10 and US Navy S-3 Viking, intended for regional jet aircraft. It has an outstanding reliability, durability and availability specially suited to high frequency routes. Moreover, the engine is considered environmentally safe due to its low noise and smoke emissions. These characteristics make CF34 the engine of choice for 50 to 100 passengers regional jets.

The first CF34 engine entered service in 1983 powering the Bombardier Challenger 601 corporate jet. Since then, it has been selected to power Bombardier CRJ-100, -200, -700 and -900, Bombardier Challenger 601/604, Brazil's Embraer 170/190 family of aircraft, and China's ACAC ARJ21. The engine, rated at 9,220 to 20,000 pounds of thrust, comprises three main models: CF34-3, CF34-8 and CF34-10.

The CF34-8 is a 14,000-pounds class turbofan designed for regional jets of 70-90 seats capacity. It inherits the reliability, environmental and operational characteristics of CF34-3 engines. The first engine, a CF34-8C1, entered service in 2001 powering a Bombardier 70-seat CRJ700. In 2003, Bombardier launched the 90-passenger CRJ900 powered by two CF34-8C5 engines. The CF34-8E model entered service in 2004 powering the Embraer 170 and Embraer 175 regional jets.

CF34-8 Applications

Airliners CRJ1000 CRJ700 CRJ900 Embraer 170 Embraer 170 AR Embraer 175 Embraer 175 AR

CF34-8 Specifications

Fan Diameter: 1,320 millimeter (52 inch)
Length: 3.25 meter (128 inch)
Dry Weight: 1,120 kilogram (2,469 pound)
Thrust: 14,500 pound (6.58 ton)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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CF34-8 News

There are 19 news between
10 Apr 2007 and 31 Jan 2019
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Thursday, January 31, 2019SkyWest Places Order for Nine Embraer E175 Jetliners
Tuesday, June 16, 2015GE Announces Agreement with United Airlines for CF34 Engines
Thursday, March 12, 2015Mesa Airlines Firm Purchase Agreement for Seven CRJ900 NextGen Aircraft
Wednesday, September 17, 2014Republic Airways Places Order for 50 Embraer 175 Jets
Thursday, August 28, 2014JAL Orders CF34-powered Embraer E170 and E190 Jets
Tuesday, April 22, 2014Falko Regional Aircraft Limited Buys A Bombardier CRJ900 NextGen Aircraft
Thursday, March 27, 2014Adria Airways Places Order for Two Bombardier CRJ900 Jetliners
Tuesday, February 11, 2014Customer Signs Letter of Intent to Purchase up to 12 Bombardier CRJ900 NextGen Aircraft
Monday, June 17, 2013Air Canada Commits to GE's OnPoint Solution Agreement for CF34-8E Engines
Thursday, December 6, 2012Delta Air Lines Orders CF34-8-Powered CRJ900 Aircraft

Operators & Related Equipment

Engines powering Virgin Blue 6 E170s (12 engines)
Engines powering Styrian Spirit 1 CRJ700 and 1 CRJ900 (4 engines)
Engines powering Belavia 1 E175 (2 engines)
Engines powering TRIP Linhas Aereas 5 E175s (10 engines)
Engines powering Cameroon Airlines 1 CRJ700 (2 engines)
Engines powering Air Canada 15 E175s and 15 CRJ700s (60 engines); Chorus Aviation 14 CRJ900s (28 engines)
Engines powering Shandong Airlines 2 CRJ700s (4 engines); China Express Airlines 28 CRJ900s (56 engines)
Democratic Republic of Congo?
Engines powering Congo Airways fleet of two E175s (4 engines)
Engines powering Nordic Aviation Capital 12 CRJ1000s (24 engines)
Engines powering TAME 2 E170s (4 engines)
Engines powering Egypt Air 12 E170s (24 engines); Petroleum Air Services 2 CRJ900 (4 engines)
Engines powering Estonian Air 3 E175s and 13 CRJ900s (32 engines)
Engines powering 10 E170s (20 engines)
Engines powering Regional 9 E170s (18 engines); Brit Air 15 CRJ700s, 4 CRJ900s and 14 CRJ1000s (66 engines)
Engines powering Cirrus Aviation 1 E170 (2 engines); Lufthansa 20 CRJ700s and 35 CRJ900s (110 engines); DSF 30 CRJ700s (60 engines)
Engines powering Garuda Indonesia fleet of six CRJ1000s (12 CF34-8C engines)
Engines powering Aldus Aviation 5 E175s (10 engines); CityJet fleet of 18 CRJ900s (36 engines)
Engines powering Alitalia 6 E170s (12 engines); Air One 10 CRJ900s (20 engines); My Air 4 CRJ900s and 15 CRJ1000s (38 engines)
Engines powering Japan Airlines fleet of 25 Embraer 170 jetliners (50 engines); Fuji Dream/Suzuyo 2 E170s and 12 E175s (28 engines); IBEX Airlines 4 CRJ700s (8 engines)
Engines powering Royal Jordanian 2 E175s (4 engines)
Engines powering Sirte Oil Company 1 E170 (2 engines); Petro Air 2 E170s (4 engines); Libyan Airlines 8 CRJ900s (16 engines)
Engines powering Mauritania Airlines fleet of 2 E175s (4 engines)
Engines powering ALMA de Mexico 2 CRJ900s (4 engines)
Engines powering KLM Cityhopper fleet of 17 E175s (34 engines)
Engines powering Virgin Nigeria 7 E170AR (14 engines); Arik Air 2 CRJ900s and 3 CRJ1000s (10 engines)
Engines powering Oman Air 5 E175s (10 engines)
Engines powering LOT Polish Airlines 6 E170s and 12 E175s (36 engines)
Engines powering Tatarstan Airlines 6 CRJ900s (12 engines)
Engines powering RwandAir 2 CRJ900s (4 engines)
Saudi Arabia30
Engines powering Saudi Arabian Airlines 15 E170s (30 engines)
Engines powering Adria Airways 6 CRJ900s and 1 CRJ1000s (14 engines)
Engines powering Air Nostrum 35 CRJ1000s and 11 CRJ900s (92 engines)
Engines powering 13 CRJ900s (26 engines)
Engines powering Atlasjet 3 CRJ900s (6 engines)
Engines powering Uganda Airlines fleet of four CRJ900s (8 engines)
United Arab Emirates14
Engines powering ETA Star Group 7 E170s (14 engines)
United Kingdom108
Engines powering British Airways/BA CityFlyer 6 E170s (12 engines); Flybe 35 E175s (70 engines); Falko Regional Aircraft Limited 1 CRJ900 (2 engines); Trident Jet fleet of 12 CRJ900s (24 engines)
United States of America2,563
Engines powering Republic Airways' 274 E170/175s (548 engines); Delta Airlines 104 CRJ900s (208 engines); US Airways 28 E170s and 25 CRJ700s (106 engines); ALC 5 E175s (10 engines); United Airlines 85 E175s (170 engines); SkyWest 173 E175s, 22 CRJ700s and 4 CRJ900s (380 engines); Northwest Airlines 36 E175ARs and 36 CRJ900s (144 engines); Horizon Air 45 CRJ700s, 30 E175s (150 engines); Mesa Air Group 30 CRJ700s and 45 CRJ900s (150 engines); GoJet Airlines 10 CRJ700s (20 engines); American Eagle 57 CRJ700s (114 engines); Comair 30 CRJ700s (60 engines); GECAS 30 CRJ700s and 10 CRJ900s (80 engines); Atlantic Southeast Airlines 12 CRJ700s (24 engines); American Airlines 104 E175s and 69 CRJ900s (346 engines)
Engines powering Pluna 10 CRJ900s (20 engines)
Engines powering Felix Airways 8 CRJ700s (16 engines)

Grand Total 3,88141
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