GE Aviation has a business backlog of $154 billion and expects to deliver more than 2,800 large commercial engines this year, the company said on the eve of the Farnborough Airshow. The backlog is a company record and represents a 48% growth in three years. GE Aviation president and CEO David Joyce said the past 10 years was a “unique era” in commercial aviation for product development and investment. GE, with partner companies Safran in the CFM International joint venture and ...

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