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LEAP-1A  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 21 July 2016
Maiden Flight: 9 October 2014
Total Production: 4,067
Unitary Cost: USD$12 million
Also Known As: LEAP-1A26E1 and LEAP-X1A
Origin: France and United States of America
Corporations: CFM International*, General Electric Aviation and Snecma   (*) lead contractor
Parent System: LEAP-X
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 21 July 2016
Maiden Flight: 9 October 2014
Total Production: 13,725
Family Members: LEAP-1B and LEAP-1C
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Description: The CFM International LEAP-X is an entirely new baseline turbofan engine intended to power future replacements for current narrow-body aircraft such as Boeing 737s and Airbus A320s. The new engine leverages the technologies developed under CFM-funded LEAP56 technology acquisition program which started in 2005. CFM International plans to get the first engine demonstrator running by 2012 and achieve engine certification by 2016. The LEAP-X will reduce fuel burn by up to 16 percent compared to current CFM56 Tech Insertion engines.

The new engine's core will feature eight-stage compressor and single-stage turbine. LEAP-X will incorporate three-dimensional, woven resin transfer molding (3-DW RTM) technology that dramatically reduces engine weight while providing a more durable blade as well as Titanium-Aluminide (Ti-Aluminide) lightweight alloy. The 3-DW RTM technology is expected to reduce the engine weight by 400 pounds and the composite fan blade count by 25 percent.

On December 1, 2010, Airbus launched the A320neo aircraft family with two engine options which included the LEAP-X engine. The Airbus variant of the LEAP-X engine is called LEAP-X1A, now LEAP-1A.

LEAP-1A Applications


Airliners Airbus A319neo Airbus A320neo Airbus A321LR Airbus A321neo

LEAP-1A News

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Tuesday, November 20, 2018easyJet Places Order for 17 Additional Airbus A320neo Jetliners
Monday, October 1, 2018Lufthansa Places Order for 24 Airbus A320neos and Three A321neos
Thursday, August 16, 2018Airbus Assembles First ACJ320neo Corporate Jet
Tuesday, July 17, 2018Aviation Capital Group Orders LEAP-1A Engines to Power 10 A320neos
Monday, July 16, 2018Vistara Selects CFM International LEAP-1A Engines to Power 13 A320neos
Friday, April 20, 2018Drukair Places Order for an Airbus A320neo
Tuesday, February 6, 2018Royal Brunei Selects CFM International LEAP-1A Engine to Power Seven A320neos
Wednesday, January 31, 2018Airbus A321LR Performs Maiden Flight
Friday, January 5, 2018Airbus Rolls Out First A321neo ACF with Seating Capacity for up to 240 Passengers
Wednesday, November 15, 2017EgyptAir Selects CFM International LEAP-1A Engine to Power 15 A320neos

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Australia156
Aircraft ordered by Qantas Group to power 78 A320 neo jetliners (156 engines)
Bahrain58
Engines powering Gulf Air fleet of 29 A320neos (58 engines)
Bhutan2
Engines powering Drukair fleet of 1 A320neo (2 engines)
Brazil70
Engines powering Azul Linhas Aereas fleet of 35 A320neos (70 engines)
Brunei Darussalam14
Engines powering Royal Brunei Airlines fleet of 7 A320neos (14 engines)
China258
Engines powering Loong Airlines fleet of 9 A320neos (18 engines); China Eastern Airlines fleet of 70 A320neos (140 engines); China Southern Airlines fleet of 50 A320neos (100 engines)
Colombia66
Engines powering AviancaTaca fleet of 33 A320neos (66 engines)
Egypt30
Engines powering EgyptAir fleet of 15 leased A320neos (30 engines)
Germany82
Engines powering Lufthansa fleet of 15 A320neos and 25 A321neos (80 engines); K5 fleet of 1 A319neo (2 engines)
India26
Engines powering Vistara fleet of 13 A320neos (26 engines)
Indonesia418
Engines powering Garuda Indonesia fleet of 10 A320neos (20 engines); Lion Air fleet of 174 A320neos (348 engines); Citilink fleet of 25 A320neos (50 engines)
Ireland40
Engines powering Avolon fleet of 20 A320neos (40 engines)
Japan60
Engines powering SMBC Aviation Capital fleet of 30 A320neos (60 engines)
Kuwait70
Engines powering ALAFCO fleet of 35 A320neos (70 engines)
Malaysia728
Engines powering AirAsia fleet of 364 A320neo aircraft (728 engines)
Mexico80
Engines powering Interjet fleet of 40 A320neos (80 engines)
Portugal83
Engines ordered by TAP Portugal to power A320neo and A321neo (83)
Russia40
Engines powering VEB Leasing fleet of 20 A320neo/A321neo (40 engines)
Singapore20
Engines powering BOC Aviation fleet of 10 A320neos (20 engines)
South Korea50
Engines powering Asiana fleet of 25 A321neos (50 engines)
Sweden60
Engines powering SAS' fleet of 30 A320neo aircraft (60 engines)
Switzerland6
Engines powering Comlux fleet of 3 ACJ320neo (6 engines)
Tunisia6
Engines powering Syphax Airlines fleet of three A320neos (6 engines)
Turkey150
Engines powering Pegasus Airlines fleet of 75 A320neo/A321neo (150 engines)
United Arab Emirates52
Engines powering Etihad Airways fleet of 26 A321neo (52 engines)
United Kingdom294
Engines powering easyJet fleet of 147 A320neos (294 engines)
United States of America1,148
Engines ordered by Virgin America to power 20 A320neo (60 engines); GECAS to power 220 A320neo (440 engines); ILFC to power 60 A320neo (120 engines); CIT Group to power 15 A320neo (30 engines); Republic Airways fleet of 60 A320neo and 20 A319neo aircraft (172 engines); Aviation Capital Group 18 A320neo (36 engines); American Airlines fleet of 100 A320neos (200 engines); Air Lease Corporation 45 A320neos (90 engines)

Grand Total 4,06727
 
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