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Ethiopian Airlines selects GEnx engines to power its additional 787 Dreamliners

Posted 17 July 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines selected the GEnx engine to power its six additional 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. This selection increases Ethiopian Airlines' GEnx-powered B787 aircraft to 19 total.

 

"The GEnx engine has performed extremely well for our airline with high reliability and good fuel efficiency," said Tewolde Gebremariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines. "This proven performance led to our selection of the GEnx engine for our additional B787 aircraft."

"The GEnx engine is the most popular engine powering the 787 Dreamliner," said Chaker Chahrour, VP Global Sales & Marketing at GE Aviation. "We look forward to delivering these additional engines to Ethiopian Airlines as part of its fleet expansion."

 

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