CFM International had a banner start to the Paris Air Show, winning more than $8 billion worth of LEAP family engine orders while the LEAP-1B was announced as the exclusive engine for the Boeing 737 MAX 10. The LEAP-1B is also the sole-source engine for the other variants of the 737 MAX. The GE Aviation/Safran Aircraft Engines joint venture also won major order competitions with rival Pratt & Whitney to power Airbus A320neo family aircraft with the LEAP-1A engine.  CFM said ...

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