GE Aviation said yesterday that a new derivative of the CF34-8C5 engine, the CF34-8C5A2 providing 5% more thrust on normal takeoff, will be available for the CRJ1000, the 100-seat RJ launched by Bombardier in February (ATWOnline, Feb. 21). The CF34-8C5A2 will be rated at the same 14,510 lb. thrust as the original CF34-8C5 but will produce 5% more thrust for normal takeoffs and up to 3% more for maximum takeoffs at low-altitude airfields. The variant will include software modifications to the ...

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