CFM Boosted By Leap Turbine Durability Testing

new CFM leap 1 turbine blade
Credit: GE Aerospace
MADRID—An improved turbine blade for the CFM Leap 1, together with a newly developed fix for a long-running fuel nozzle coking issue, remain on track for introduction from 2024 onward and put the engine family on course for fleet-wide resolution of all durability issues before the end of the decade...

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