Air Jamaica Orders CFM International Engines
EVENDALE, Ohio(AP) _ CFM International said Thursday it has received a $25 million order for engines to power two Air Jamaica Ltd. planes.
The newly privatized Air Jamaica has selected CFM56-5B4 engines for two Airbus A320 aircraft that it will add to its fleet in October 1996, CFM said.
CFM is a joint venture between Snecma of France and General Electric Co. GE’s jet engine division is based in suburban Cincinnati.
Air Jamaica, based in Montego Bay, Jamaica, intends to fly the A320s from Jamaica to destinations in the Caribbean and the United States, CFM said.