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GE Aerospace

Integrated. Certified.

Fully committed to the Advanced F-15 since day one. The Advanced F-15EX Eagle II requires trusted and qualified engines now to keep up with evolving global mission needs. Only GE Aerospace’s F110 has already been delivered to the U.S. Air Force, eliminating the risk of development time and cost. GE Aerospace has the only certified and in-production engine that powers every Advanced F-15 in service today, including the F-15EX.
    Selected to accelerate
    the Advanced F-15

    GE Aerospace’s Advanced F110 engine has been significantly improved to adapt to the unique demands of the F-15EX. New increased airflow, jet engine efficiency, a three-stage chord blisk fan, and an advanced radial augmentor reduce complexity, improve maintainability, and increase the life span of parts. Built with capability in reserve, the F-110 engine can adapt to changing global threats and mission needs for decades to come.


    Additional jet engine development time required

    Lowest risk
    With all testing complete and fly-by-wire fully integrated, GE Aerospace is the lowest-risk solution for the entire F-15EX fleet.



    F-15EX engines in service, on order, or on option

    Mission ready
    Global threats present an urgent and compelling need for the most dependable fighters. Only GE Aerospace’s active engine production line and robust supply chain are equipped to power the F-15EX now.



    Have selected F110-powered aircraft for their fleets

    Lowest-cost option for the taxpayer
    Plus, strong USAF and allied military interoperability allows shared resources and efficiencies.

    The Engine of Choice


    Fully committed to the Advanced F-15 since day-one

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    Engine Specifications
    Thrust class - 29,000 lb
    Length - 182.3 in
    Maximum diameter - 46.5 in
    Airflow - 270 lb/sec
    Bypass ratio - 0.76

    News and resources

    General Electric bests Pratt & Whitney in $1.6B F-15EX engine competition
    GE Aerospace will provide all F-15EX engines under $1.6B contract
    53rd Wing welcomes F-15EX “002”
    AF’s first F-15EX arrives at Eglin
    The First F-15EX Fighter Jet Has Now Flown In Its Air Force Colors
    GE Aerospace’s F110 engine powers first flight of Boeing F-15EX
    GE Aerospace ships first engines for F-15EX fighter
    F-15EX Fighters To Get General Electric Engines Under Urgent Purchase By Air Force
    GE Aerospace Gets Contract for First Batch of F-15EX Engines
    US Air Force 3D printing partnership reaches first key milestone
    The F110's Supply Chain Footprint in America
    F110 Turbofan engine family datasheet 

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