Snecma Datasheets for Combustion Engines

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Availability, reliability and low operating costs are the watchwords in regional aviation, because these "high-cycle" aircraft see intensive daily use. Designed to meet these challenges, the SaM146 is a complete...
Certified in 2012 by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), the 1S18 version of the SaM146 develops 17,800 lbs of thrust and powers the Long Range and Business Jet versions of...
Dassault Aviation's Rafale has proven its "omnirole" capabilities in combat missions in a number of foreign deployments, encompassing air superiority, interception, reconnaissance, fire support, ground attack, etc. The Rafale is...
Developing 18,500 to 34,000 lbs of thrust, the CFM56® sets the standard for single-aisle commercial jet engines. With more than 27,800 engines delivered, the CFM56 is the best-selling engine...
Developing 21,600 to 33,000 pounds of takeoff thrust, the CFM56-5B is the only engine that can power every model in the Airbus A320ceo family. The CFM56-5B PIP (Performance Improvement Program),...
Fly higher, faster farther…. With the Silvercrest®, Snecma brings business aviation into a new era. By drawing on our vast experience in making engines for civil and military...
In 2016, Cessna Aircraft Company has selected the Silvercrest® engine engine has been selected by to power the new large-cabin Citation Hemisphere business jet. The Hemisphere will offer a range...
Perfectly adapted to both training and tactical support missions, the Larzac® is the benchmark in its thrust class. The latest version powers the Alpha Jet family of jet trainers.
Selected by Boeing as the sole-source powerplant for its Next-Generation 737 range, the CFM56-7B develops 19,500 to 27,300 pounds of thrust. Thanks to upgrades to the core and low-pressure turbine,...
Snecma's Atar jet engines power the Dassault Aviation Mirage F1, Mirage 50 (Atar 09K50) and Mirage 5 (Atar 09C) combat aircraft, along with the carrier-borne Super-Etendard (Atar 08k50). Atar jet...
The 1S17 version of the SaM146, which powers the baseline SSJ100, develops 17,300 lbs of thrust. Entering revenue service in 2011, the SaM146 has posted exceptional dispatch reliability (99.9%), along...
The LEAP-1A® is the airlines' engine of choice for the next-generation single-aisle airliner from Airbus, the A320neo. It offers A320 operators exceptional technical, economic and environmental performance, with a...
The LEAP-1B® has been selected by Boeing as the exclusive powerplant for the new 737 MAX single-aisle jetliner. It offers 737 MAX operators exceptional technical, economic and environmental performance,...
The LEAP-1C, the first member of the LEAP® engine family, was selected by Comac (Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China) as the sole Western powerplant for its new C919 single-aisle...
The Snecma M53 powers the entire family of Mirage 2000 fighters, deployed by a number of air forces worldwide, including the latest Mirage 2000-5 and 2000-9 multirole versions. Combining performance...
The Tyne is a turboprop engine rated at 6,100 shaft horsepower. Produced by an international consortium comprising Snecma, MTU Aero Engines and Rolls-Royce, the Tyne powers the Transall C-160 transport...
Welcome to the great LEAP® forward: the next-generation engine developed by Snecma and GE, via their jointly-owned company CFM, offers a perfect combination of performance and technology. Developing 28,000...
With a 32% workshare, Snecma is the lead partner in the Europrop International (EPI) consortium, which developed and now produces the TP400, a new-generation turboprop engine purpose-designed for the Airbus...