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Data B : Engine Data File

Turbofan engine manufacture is dominated by three large companies, General Electric (GE), Pratt and Whitney (P&W), and Rolls Royce (RR). Each of these companies have formed joint-ventures or collaborative arrangements with other engine companies and sometimes between themselves. Examples of such arrangements are:- BMW and RR, Allied Signal and GE (CFE), Snecma (France) and GE (CFM International), GE and P&W (to develop the New Large Aircraft engine), P&W plus RR plus MTU (Germany) and JAE (Japan) forming International Aero Engines (IAE), and Williams with RR, (Williams-RR). Apart from the 'big three' and the joint ventures there are several individual manufacturers who produce mainly less powerful turbofans. These include Allied Signal, Allison and Pratt & Whitney Canada (a separate company to the large USA manufacturer). The original USSR engine manufacturers now trade independently under their own company names, these include Aviadvigatel/Perm Motors (Russia) and ZMKB Progress (Ukraine).

Technical and operational data on current and projected engines from engine manufacturers has been compiled from brochures and other published information. The following tables list the engine type, thrust (in lb.) and aircraft applications for each manufacturer.

Table 1: CFMI & IAE Engines
Engine Variant Thrust (1b) Application
Notes CFM 56 -3C1
-5A1
-5C2
-7B20
(18500+)
(22000+)
(31200+)
(20600)
B737-300, 400, 500
A319, A320
A340
B737-600, 700, 800
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V2500
V2522
V2533
V2530
-A1
-A5
-A5
-D5
(25000)
(22000+)
(33000)
(30000+)
A320
A320
A321-200
MD90-30, 50
Table 2: General Electric Co (GE) Engines
Engine Variant Thrust (1b) Application
Notes CF34
CF6
-3A1
-80A
(9220)
(48000+)
Canadian RJ
A310, B767
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-80C2-A5 (61300) A330
CF6 -80C2-B1
-80C2-B2
-80E1A2
(58000)
(52500)
(65800)
B747-400
B767-200ER, 300
A330
GE 90 -85 (90000) B777
Table 3: United Technologies Corp (P&W) Engines
Engine Thrust (1b) Application
Notes JT8D-219
PW 2037
PW 4052
PW 4056
PW 4152
PW 4168
PW 4084 
(21700)
(38250+)
(52200+)
(56000)
(52000+)
(68000)
(84000+)
MD82, 83, 87, 88
B757, Il 96M
B767-200,ER, - 300
B747-400
A330, A310, MD11
A330
B777
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Table 4: Rolls Royce (RR) Engines
Engine Variant Thrust (1b) Application
Notes RR183
RB211
-555
-524H
-535E4
(9900)
(60600)
(43100)
F28
B747-400
B757, Tu204
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Spay
Trent
-511-8
-772
-892
(11400)
(71100)
(75150)
Gulfstream 2,3
A330
B777
Tay -611
-651
(13850)
(15400)
Gulf V, F70, 100
F100, B727QF
Table 5: Various Small Engines
Engine Variant Thrust (1b) Application
Notes Allied Signal LF507-IF
ALF 502R
(7000)
(6970)
Avro RJ
BAe 146
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Allison
CFE
PW Canada
AE3007
CFE781
JT15D
PW305B
(7150)
(5900)
(3045)
(5266)
EMB145
Falcon 2000
Citation
BAe 1000
Table 6: Miscellaneous (incl. Russian) Engines
Engine Variant Thrust (1b) Application
Notes BMW-RR  BR 710 (14800+) Gulfst.V, Glob.Exp
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BMW-RR   715-55 (19900) MD95
Williams-RR  FJ44 (1900) Cit’n Jet, SJ30
JASC AVIA D-30KUII (24000) Tu154M, Il 62&96
JASC AVIA   PS-90A (35300) Il-96 & 76, Tu204
ZMKB D-18T (51660) An 124 & 225
ZMKB D-436T1 (16900) Tu334-1, An72 & 74