Helicopter Engines





General Electric T700


General Electric T700



Entered production in 1978, the T700 (and civilian CT7) was originally developed for the Black Hawk. Spawn a family of turboshaft and turboprop engines in the 1,500–3,000 shp range. To be replaced by the ITEP


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Type: Turboshaft


News


New MRO Helicopter Center in Vancouver, 18-Nov-19 : #Vancouver StandardAero opened a new 24,000 square foot facility for helicopter Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Will be focus in GE T700/CT7 engines, Rolls-Royce M250 engines and Airbus Helicopters dynamic components

Corpus Christi Army Depot 10.000 Engine Overhaul, 05-Apr-19 : #engines Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) in Texas celebrated servicing 10,000 T700 engines since 2001. These T700 are used by Black Hawk and Apache helicopters

T700 Engines Distribution by Boeing’ Aviall, 26-Apr-18 : GE Aviation T700 engines to be distributed by Boeing’ subsidiary Aviall.

Vector Aerospace Authorized Service Provider for T700, 07-Mar-17 : Heli-Expo 2017 GE Aviation extends Vector Aerospace’s 18-year association as an Authorized Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Provider for T700 Engines at Vector’s North America facility in Richmond, BC, Canada




Versions


EngineSHP
T700
CT7-2A1625
CT7-2B1712
CT7-2E11980
CT7-2F11800
CT7-61920
CT7-6/-6A2000
CT7-8A2740
CT7-8E2500
T700-GE-401C1890
T700-GE-7011690
T700-GE-701C1870
T700-GE-701D2000
T7062600



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