GE Prepared For Fallout From Flood Of Used 50-Seat Jets

By Andrew Compart .
Source: Aviation Daily .

GE Aviation says it is not fazed by the possibility that Delta Air Lines will return nearly 200 CF34-engine-powered aircraft earlier than expected, some of them just before engine overhauls are due, because the engine manufacturer has a big order book and a growing backlog of service contracts. The return and retirement of Bombardier CRJ100s and 200s, even at a potentially accelerated pace, “is nothing we weren’t already planning for,” and will do whatever it can, “within reason,” to keep former Delta Connection CRJ100s and 200s in service, a GE Aviation spokesman tells Aviation Week ...

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