The GE90 series is a family of high-bypass turbofan engines built by General Electric for the Boeing 777. It was first introduced in November 1995 on British Airways' 777s, and is only available on the 777. They are physically the largest engines in aviation history. The engines are also the most powerful, as GE90-115B holds the Guinness Book of Records for the highest thrust, 127,900 lbf (569 kN), though it is rated at 115,300 lbf (513 kN).
Claims have been made that a single-engine moves enough air to empty a building the size of the Madison Square Garden in one minute.
1/400 GE Aircraft Engines 747-100 "Flight Test" w/GE115B Boeing 777 engine
This test aircraft features the General Electric GE115B engine. The engine currently holds the Guinness Book of records for the highest thrust.
- Highly detailed GE Aircraft Engines livery
- Accurate mold approved by Boeing
- True to 1/400
- Highly collectible
- High-quality diecast construction
- Display in flight or on the ground (stand included)