Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2015
Maiden Flight: 2014
Total Production: 132
Origin: Germany 12%, Japan 23%, United Kingdom 33% and United States of America 33%
Corporations: IAE*, Japanese Aero Engines Corporation 23%, MTU Aero Engines 12%, Pratt & Whitney 33% and Rolls-Royce 33%   (*) lead contractor
Parent System: V2500
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): May 1989
Total Production: 8,082
Total Cost: USD$30 billion
Family Members: V2500
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Description: The V2500-E5 engine is a military derivative of the proven V2500 commercial engine powering the A320 aircraft family and Boeing MD-90 airliner. In July 2011, Embraer along with the Brazilian Air Force selected the International Aero Engines (IAE) V2500-E5 to power its KC-390 multi-role tanker transport aircraft. First deliveries of this military engine to power prototype aircraft are scheduled to begin in 2013, with flight tests to start in 2014. Production engines are anticipated for 2015, with entry into service projected for later that year. Brazil along with Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic and Portugal have ordered 60 KC-390 twin-engine aircraft with more than 120 V2500-E5 engines needed to power them.

V2500-E5 Applications

Support Aircraft KC-390

V2500-E5 News

There are 3 news between
25 Jul 2011 and 27 Aug 2014
Wednesday, August 27, 2014International Aero Engines Achieves Certification of V2500-E5 Engine
Tuesday, May 20, 2014First V2500-E5 Engines Shipped to Embraer
Monday, July 25, 2011Embraer Selects V2500-E5 Engine to Power the KC-390 Multirole Tanker Transport Aircraft

Operators & Related Equipment

United States of America12
Engines powering SkytTech fleet of six KC-390 (12 engines)

Grand Total 1327
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