GE Launches TRUEngine LLP Programme

GE Aviation has launched its ‘TRUEngine’ life limited parts (LLP) programme, which is intended to offer a means of evaluating the operating history of used life-limited parts (LLP) and ensuring they have always operated in OEM configuration. To earn the TRUEngine designation, according to GE, “LLPs are subjected to a rigorous back-to-birth records audit and engineering review to evaluate their configuration and maintenance history relative to  airworthiness limitations substantiated by GE and documented in the engine manual”. TRUEngine LLP will be rolled out in stages and will ultimately cover the CFM56, CF34, CF6, GE90, and GEnx product lines. GE announced that it has awarded Alitalia its TRUEngine designation for 31 CF34-8E engines powering its fleet of E-175s and 10 CF34-10E engines powering its fleet of E-190s; Air Europa has been awarded TRUEngine designation for its 23 CF34-10E engines powering its fleet of E-195s; and Jetairfly has been awarded TRUEngine designation for its four CF34-10E engines powering its fleet of E-190s.

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