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Service, repair and overhaul of aircraft engines

EME Aero provides maintenance, repair and overhaul of the latest generation of Pratt & Whitney GTF aircraft engines. We are an organization certified by the German Civil Aviation Authority (LBA) and we obtained EASA Part-145 certification. We are the part of the global Pratt & Whitney MRO GTF network for aircraft engines from the PW1000 family.

About engines

The GTF engine is the only geared propulsion system in service in commercial aviation. Their family has already collected over 10,000 orders worldwide and is the foundation for increasing efficiency. The new engines offer significant reductions in fuel consumption and noise emissions as well as lower operating costs.

75 %
noise reduction
16 %
fuel burn reduction
17 %
CO2 emissions reduction

Engines we service

The geared turbofan engine provides a significant reduction in fuel consumption as well as lower noise and regulated emissions. Today, GTF engines deliver the most efficient and sustainable power Рwith world-class reliability and operating costs. EME Aero offers a full range of disassembly, assembly and testing for the PW1000 engine family. Serviced  models in EME Aero portfolio include: PW1100G-JM, PW1500G, PW1900G.

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PW1100G-JM GTF engine
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PW1100G-JM GTF engine

The PW1100G-JM engine powers the Airbus A320neo aircraft family and makes a fundamental change in jet engine technology.

Specification

  • Fan diameter: 81"
  • Bypass ratio: 12.5:1
  • Thrust: 24-33K
  • Fuel reduction: -16%
  • Certification: December 2014
  • Entry: January 2016

Benefits of the basic model

  • Two-digit reduction in fuel consumption
  • Noise reduction up to 75%
  • Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions up to 50%
PW1500G GTF engine
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PW1500G GTF engine

The PW1500G engine powers the Airbus A220 family of narrow-body airliners and make a fundamental change in jet engine technology.

Specification

  • Fan diameter: 73"
  • Bypass ratio: 12.5:1
  • Thrust: 19-25K
  • Weight: 4,800 Ibs
  • Certification: February 2013
  • Entry: July 2016

Benefits of the basic model

  • Two-digit reduction in fuel consumption
  • Noise reduction up to 75%
  • Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions up to 50%
PW1900G GTF engine (from 2023)
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PW1900G GTF engine (from 2023)

The PW1900G engines have been driving the Embraer E190-E2 as of 2018 and the E195-E2 as of 2019. It makes a fundamental change in jet engine technology.

Specification

  • Fan diameter: 73"
  • Bypass ratio: 12.5:1
  • Thrust: 19-23K
  • Weight: 4,800 Ibs
  • Certification: April 2017
  • Entry: April 2018

Benefits of the basic model

  • Two-digit reduction in fuel consumption
  • Noise reduction up to 75%
  • Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions up to 50%