In addition to the Emirates order, other GE/CFM highlights at the Dubai show included:
*Pegasus Airlines: $4.3 billion commitment for 200 CFM LEAP engines and services for 100 Airbus A320neo aircraft.
*Etihad Airways: $11 billion commitment for 112 GE engines (GE9X, GEnx, GE90) and services for 25 777X aircraft, 30 787s, and one 777 aircraft. Also, $2.8 billion order for 52 CFM LEAP engines and services for 26 Airbus A321neo aircraft.
*Qatar Airways: $3.8B commitment for 100 GE9X engines for 50 777X aircraft.
*Lufthansa: $610 million commitment for CFM CFM56 engines for 30 Airbus A320 aircraft.
*flydubia: Commitments for 200 CFM LEAP engines, 22 CFM56 engines, and services for Boeing 737MAX and 737-800 aircraft.
*Ethiopian Airlines: Engine services award for 32 GE90 engines.
*Turkish Airlines: $2 billion commitment for 10 GE90 engines and services for five 777 aircraft.
*TUI airlines: Commitment for four GEnx engines and services for two 787 aircraft.
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