Boeing to Support GE Aviation T700 Engines

By R&WI Staff | April 30, 2018
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GE Aviation's T700 engine currently powers Korea Aerospace Industries' KUH Surion. Photo courtesy of KAI

Boeing’s subsidiary Aviall has signed a multi-year parts distribution agreement with GE Aviation to support the engine manufacturer’s T700 engine. Aviall will market and distribute components needed to support the maintenance, repair and overhaul of the GE T700 engines.

Since 1978, the T700 has powered a variety of civilian, commercial and military applications that support transport, medical evaluation, air rescue, marine patrol and defense missions around the world. The T700 family of engines currently powers several Sikorsky H-60 variants and the Korean Surion helicopters, among others.


Aviall has a worldwide distribution network that will provide localized support for customers who rely on the T700 engine for fleet readiness.

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