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Long-time jet engine partners, GE Aviation and Safran, announced a program to develop new fuel-efficient and alternative-fuel engines.

“The companies announced June 14 they would extend their joint venture CFM International through 2050 and launch a program dedicated to developing new, more efficient aircraft engines with novel designs. The companies say the first-available CFM engines produced by the new program could be available by the mid-2030s.

GE Aviation and Safran said their goals include reducing fuel consumption by at least 20% compared to engines available today and making engines compatible with sustainable aviation fuels and future hydrogen-powered planes.”

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