Any flight, any time, any place.
With more than 100 million flight hours, GE’s CT7/T700 family of turboshaft and turboprop engines operates across the globe in every environment your aircraft travels.
Known for its rugged, fuel efficient and exceptional performance, the CT7-2 2,000 shp class engine provides reliable power to helicopters used in a variety of roles - from executive transport to fire fighting and rescue.
The CT7-8 is a family of powerful engines in the 2,500 to 3,000 shp class designed to meet the demanding mission needs of modern medium lift helicopters throughout the world. From executive transport, search and rescue, passenger transport and oil and gas operations, the CT7-8 delivers reliable power when you need it.
With more than 1,500 engines delivered to date, and 30 million flight hours logged, the CT7 turboprop continues to prove its mettle with operators worldwide.
The power behind restricted category Sikorsky UH-60L/S70i Black Hawks from fire fighting to search and rescue missions.
LONGER TIME ON WING
• Fewer shop visits
• Better aircraft availability
• Better reliability
• Modular design promises fewer shop visits
• Less unscheduled downtime
• Fewer spares required
NO TIME BETWEEN OVERHAUL (TBO)
• Less scheduled maintenance
• Optimized utilization
A truly modular engine designed for ease of maintenance and reduced operating costs requiring no time between overhauls (TBO)
Maintain as the situation dictates
Most line replaceable units (LRUs) changeable in 15 minutes or less
No module matching requirements
No test cell requirements
Sealed sumps and bearings