Reportedly, General Electric’s GE9X engine designed for Boeing Co’s (BA) 777X passenger jet has been certified by the U.S. aviation safety regulator, after unexpected wear in a part for the GE9X engine was found last year. The redesign caused several months of delay for Boeing to bring its new jet to the market. In July, Boeing informed the delaying of the 777X jet’s entry in the market by a year to 2022.
GE has received orders for more than 600 GE9X engines, and has completed delivery of eight GE9X test engines and two test spares for Boeing’s four 777X test aircraft, the company informed.
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