As of November 20, 2013, the General Electric Aviation Raw Report [Military Aviation] includes 4 planned and completed transactions involving more than 198 items, 4 corporations, 5 countries, 5 types of civil and military equipment worldwide from 2009 to 2016.
The data has been gathered using information available on the internet from governments, the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms, internet news media and contractors such as Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed Martin and others.
Oman order for 12 Lockheed Martin F-16C/D Block 50 multi-role fighter aircraft (10 C and 2 D models) purchased through the US Air Force foreign military sales program. The contract valued at $600 million was announced on December 14, 2011. Deliveires are due to complete November 30, 2016. These aircraft are powered by General Electric F110-GE-129D engines.Items: 12 Options: (-) Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 14 December 2011 Deliveries Start: 2013 Deliveries End: 30 November 2016Show Complementary Data
Government of Turkey order for an additional 30 Advanced Block 50 F-16C/D aircraft for the Turkish Air Force (TUAF). The contract between the United States and Turkey was signed on May 11, 2007. Lockheed Martin will deliver the F-16 aircraft components and parts which will be assembled in Turkey by TAI. In addition to the F-16 aircraft, the deal also included associated equipment, weapons and services with a total value of $1.8 billion of which Lockheed Martin and its supplier base were receiving $1.1 billion. The F110-GE-129B engine selection was announced in July 2007.Items: 30 Options: (-) Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 11 May 2007 Deliveries Start: 23 May 2011 Deliveries End: December 2012Show Complementary Data
Singapore Ministry of Defense contract placed with Boeing for the conversion of eight F-15SG options into firm order aircraft and a new order for four additional aircraft. The deal was announced October 22, 2007. Singapore announced the selection of General Electric F110-GE-129C engines to power its new aircraft October 25, 2007.Items: 12 Options: (-) Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 22 October 2007 Deliveries Start: 2010 Deliveries End: 2012Show Complementary Data
Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) procurement of 24 Boeing Block II F/A-18F Super Hornets announced March 2007. These aircraft will replace the F-111 aircraft within the RAAF. The F414 engine contract was valued at $428 million including a two-year support package and 10-year performance based logistics (PBL).Items: 24 Options: (-) Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 2007 Deliveries Start: 26 March 2010 Deliveries End: 21 October 2011Show Complementary Data