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Headline : United States : Leap Engine Recognized With Silver Edison Award
Summary : The leading-edge technology of CFM Internationals advanced LEAP engine was recognized with the Silver award in the Transportation & Logistics Engine Enhancements category at the 2018 Edison Awards.

We are extremely pleased with the caliber of the entries this year. Our judges had an incredibly tough job selecting the winners, said Frank Bonafilia, executive director of the Edison Awards. These judges recognized the LEAP engine as a true innovator out of the many products in its category,

The Edison Awards, inspired by Thomas Edisons persistence and inventiveness, recognize innovation, creativity and ingenuity in the global economy.

Through our parent companies, GE and Safran, CFM benefits from the best and brightest minds in the world, said Gael Meheust, president and CEO of CFM International. This award is recognition of that teams ability to take a bold vision and make it a reality.

When we launched the LEAP program a decade ago, we promised better fuel efficiency, an improved environmental signature, and industry-leading asset utilization and we are delivering on all counts, Meheust added. With the fleet operating an average of 10 hours per day, every day, with world-class reliability, LEAP engines have quickly become the workhorse for airline fleets around the globe.

There are currently more than 250 LEAP-powered aircraft in service with more than 40 operators on five continents.

The LEAP engine has become the engine of choice for new single-aisle aircraft, garnering more than 15,000 orders to date.

Since entering airline service in August 2016, the LEAP engine has been providing operators a 15 percent improvement in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, along with dramatic reductions in engine noise. All this technology is focused on providing better utilization, including CFMs legendary reliability out of the box; greater asset availability; enhanced time on wing margins to help keep maintenance costs low; and minimized maintenance actions, all supported by sophisticated analytics that enable CFM to provide tailored, predictive maintenance over the life of the product.

Award winners were announced on April 11, 2018 at the Edison Awards Annual Gala, held in the historic Ballroom of The Capitale in New York City.


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