Taiwanese carrier China Airlines has finalized a US$170 million order for 20 fuel-efficient GE90-115B engines to be used on new Boeing aircraft. The engines, which will be delivered from September, will power the 10 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft the airline has on order and that are scheduled to be delivered in 2014. “We believe the twin-engine GE90-powered Boeing 777-300ERs will greatly improve fuel efficiency,” CAL Chairman Sun Hung-hsiang said.
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