Emirates signed a $16 billion, 12-year OnPoint engine services deal with GE Aviation for 300 GE9Xs that will power the carrier’s 150 Boeing 777Xs, plus a second 12-year service contract for existing 777s valued at $36 million. The $36-million contract covers maintenance and inventory for avionics, electrical power and mechanical systems on 100 777s in service and 44 on order. And Mubadala and GE have agreed to form a GEnx MRO facility at Nibras Al Ain Aerospace Park. GE will also ...

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