Our customers can focus on their passengers because they have access to the world’s largest support network – which means their engines will spend more time driving profits on-wing.
The confidence built into the GP7200 engine design comes from the historic collaboration of two industry giants, General Electric Co. (NYSE:GE) and Pratt & Whitney, a Raytheon Technologies business (NYSE:RTX). Based on engine technology that's been proven over 72 million hours of reliable operation from two companies with nearly two centuries of combined experience. The advantage shows in every part.
GP7200 delivers a payload-range advantage worth up to $5.5 million in annual passenger revenue for each A380.
The most fuel efficient engine for the A380, the GP7200 minimizes expenses, resulting in up to $500,000 in annual fuel savings per aircraft.
The GP7200 has logged the most reliable track record since entry into service. Clearly, the engine built for longer, more productive service.
The GP7200 delivers a whisper-quiet flying experience at 17.6 dB under Stage 4 and emissions under CAEP/8. Your A380 will be noticeably quieter at 0.8 dB better than the competing engine — and save the environment 1,900 metric tonnes of CO2 every year.