Current Engines for Sale
The CFM56 is the world’s best-selling commercial aircraft engine, and the most reliable of its generation, with dispatch reliability approaching 100%.
Covering the thrust range from 18,500 to 34,00 pounds, CFM56 engines have been an exceptional commercial success, powering many different models of both Airbus and Boeing jetliners.
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CFM56-7B18,500 to 27,300 pounds thrust: sole engine offered for the Boeing 737-600, 737-700, 737-800, 7378-900, 737-900ER and 737 BBJ commercial applications: C-40, P-8A, and AEW&C military applications
CFM56-5B22,000 to 33,000 pounds thrust: sole engine offered for the Airbus A318, A318 Elite, A319, A319 CH, A320, and A321
The CFM56-5C, the most powerful engine in the family and the quietest engine in its thrust class. Purpose-designed for the Airbus A340-200 and A340-300 four-engine long-rang jetliners, the CFM56-5C is an economical engine developing 31,200 to 34,000 pounds of thrust (139 to 151 kN).
Specifically designed to power the Airbus A320 short/medium-range twin-engine jet at the outset, it later added the shortened A319 version of this aircraft. Developing 22,000 to 26,500 pounds of takeoff thrust (98 to 118 kN), the CFM56-5A is a proven, cost-effective advanced technology engine, derived from the CFM56-2 and CFM56-3 engines.
The CFM56-3 played a major role in the success of the CFM56 family on 100 to 200-seat single-aisle commercial jets. As the first advanced derivative of the CFM56 family, the CFM56-3 engine is perfectly tailored for the needs of the short/medium-haul Boeing 737-300, -400 and -500 aircraft (737 Classic family).