GE90-110B1L  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2008
Total Production: 310
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Avio, General Electric Aviation*, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries (IHI) and Snecma   (*) lead contractor
Parent System: GE90
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1995
Total Production: 3,091
Total Cost: USD$22 billion
Family Members: GE90-115B, GE90-94B and GE9X
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Description: The GE90 engine was developed by General Electric to power a new generation of wide-body aircraft such as Boeing 777 and was ultimately adopted by commercial aircraft with a capacity of 100 seats/passengers or more. The first GE90 engine, GE90-85B, was certified at 84,700-lb of thrust and entered service in November 1995 powering a 777 from British Airways. Potential growth has make possible to achieve 127,900-lb of thrust by the GE90-115B model becoming the world's most powerful commercial aviation engine.

The development program for the GE90 engine is being backed by Snecma (France), FiatAvio (Italy) and IHI (Japan) as well as General Electric Aircraft Engines (USA).

As of May 2005, the GE90-115B engine family had been selected to power the Boeing 777-300ER (2004), the Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner (2006) and the Boeing 777 Freighter airplane scheduled to enter service in 2008. The GE90-110B1L is a re-rated version of the GE90-115BL 115,000-lb of thrust engine used on the Boeing 777-300ER jetliner. The GE90-110B1L will power the Boeing 777 Freighter.

On 29 December 2005, Avion Group of Iceland placed an order for four Boeing 777 Freighters which were expected to be operated by Avion's subsidiary Air Atlanta Icelandic. Avion selected General Electric's GE90-115B1 engines to power its newest 777s. The first aircraft was scheduled for delivery in February 2009.

GE90-110B1L Applications


Airliners Boeing 777-200LR Boeing 777F

GE90-110B1L News

There are 18 news between
18 Jun 2007 and 10 Apr 2018
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Tuesday, April 10, 2018Qatar Airways Signs Letter of Intent for Five Boeing 777 Freighters
Friday, March 23, 2018All Nippon Airways Orders Two Boeing 777 Freighters
Tuesday, June 20, 2017Ethiopian Airlines Orders 10 Boeing 737 MAX 8s and Two 777 Freighters
Monday, June 15, 2015EVA Airways Intends to Purchase Five Boeing 777 Freighters
Qatar Airways Places Order for 10 Boeing 777-8Xs and Four 777 Freighters
Thursday, February 12, 2015Korean Air Announces Order for Five Boeing 777 Freighters
Wednesday, July 16, 2014Qatar Airways Finalizes Order for Boeing 50 777Xs plus 4 777Fs
Wednesday, June 19, 2013LATAM Airlines Group Selects GE for GE90 OnPoint Solution Agreement
Tuesday, June 18, 2013Japan Airlines Signs OnPoint Solution Agreement on Its GE90 Engine Fleet
Tuesday, November 15, 2011Qatar Airways Places Order for Two Boeing 777 Freighters

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Ethiopia26
Engines powering Ethiopian Airlines' five Boeing 777-200LR and eight 777F (26 engines)
Germany14
Engines ordered to power Lufthansa Cargo's 7 Boeing 777Fs
Iceland16
Engines powering Avion Boeing 777 Freighters
India?
Engines (GE90-100B) powering Air India's fleet of eight Boeing 777-200LRs
Japan4
Engines powering ANA fleet of two 777F (4 engines)
Qatar46
Engines powering Qatar Airways fleet of 23 Boeing 777F (46 engines)
South Korea20
Engines Korean Air 10 777Fs (20 engines)
Taiwan10
Engines powering EVA Air fleet of 5 777F (10 engines)
Turkey12
Engines powering Turkish Airlines fleet of six 777Fs (12 engines)
United States of America?
Engines powering FedEx fleet of 44 777F (88 engines); DHL fleet of 14 777Fs (28 engines)

Grand Total 14814
 
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