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GE, Safran Reveal Plans for Low Carbon Aircraft Engines

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General Electric Co. (GE) aviation unit and Safran of France announced development plans for new airplane engines on June 14, whose goal is to cut emissions by more than a fifth of current levels.

According to the two companies, the new program, called CFM Rise, will develop and test new technology that could start being used in the mid-2030s.

GE and Safran’s CFM joint venture makes engines for the Boeing 737 MAX and also for the Airbus A320neo family.

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