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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.
Certified by the FAA in April 2004, the CT7-8 combines advanced, state-of-the-art technology with proven T700 design architecture for maximum mission performance. These powerful engines feature Full Authority Digital Electrical Control (FADEC) for better cockpit information and reduced pilot workload, plus advanced, commercially-proven components for added durability. Recognized for the highest reliability of any engines in its class, the CT7-8 powers the Sikorsky S-92 multirole helicopter.
About the CT7 Engine
CT7s are a family of turboshaft and turboprop engines operating throughout the world with over 33 million flight hours
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GE's successful T700/CT7 family of turboprop and turboshaft engines powers 25 types of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft with more than 130 customers in more than 50 countries.
Built on the highly reliable T700, the CT7 engine design has proven itself in harsh environments and has achieved over 37 million engine cycles. The commercial CT7 engine powers a variety of helicopters including the Bell 214ST and 525, Sikorsky S-70, S-92 and AgustaWestland's AW101 and AW189. The turboprop version of the engine powers aircraft such as the CN235 and Saab 340.