Date: 03 Nov 97 02:18:54 From: Chuanga@cris.com (H Andrew Chuang) Organization: Concentric Internet Services References: 1
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In article <airliners.1997.2529@ohare.Chicago.COM>, N KAWAI <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >Im researching on aero engine and gas turbine market. > >Could anyone tell me aero engine marketshare? >i.e. GE,P&W,RollsRoyce I don't have the excat breakdowns. For the past few years, GE along with CFMI have been dominating the market due to the success of the B737/CFM56 combo. I can give you *approximate* marketshares for each aircraft type that are still in production: B737 - CFMI 100% (~2,200 -3/4/500 ordered ~700 -6/7/800 ordered) B747-400 - GE 40%+ P&W 40%- R-R 20% ( ~500 ordered) B757 - P&W 45%- R-R 55%+ ( ~900 ordered) B767 - GE 50%+ P&W 45%- R-R 5%- ( ~750 ordered) B777 - GE 30%+ P&W 40%- R-R 30%- ( ~350 ordered) A300/310 - GE 60%+ P&W 40%- ( ~800 ordered) A320 family - CFMI 60%+ IAE 40%- (~1,300 ordered) A330 - GE 15%- P&W 45%+ R-R 40%- ( ~200 ordered) A340 - CFMI 100% ( ~200 ordered) MD-11 - GE 60% P&W 40% ( ~150 ordered) MD-80 - P&W 100% (~1,200 ordered) MD-90 - IAE 100% ( ~150 ordered) MD-95 - BMW/R-R 100% ( 50 ordered) Obviously, P&W's 100% marketshare in the MD-80 market, and IAE's 100% marketshare in the MD-90 market are not very meaningful numbers. Nevertheless, the JT8D spare sales still provide P&W a lot of revenue. GE certainly has the financial backing to make it even stronger. For example, some of the A320 delivery slots for USAirways, who has made the largest CFM56 order in history, were from GECAS. More than 700 of the Next-Generation B737s have been ordered since it was launched in 1993 by Southwest.