Engine Types
 
Regional One specializes in and supports the following types of aircraft engines. Please contact our sales department for pricing and availability.

 

General Electric | CF34-3, CF34-8

 

Pratt & Whitney Canada | PW118/120/121/123/124/126/127/150

 

 

 

GE CF34-3 

General Electric CF34-3 Series Engine GE launched the CF34 in 1983 by taking the durable TF34 military engine and developing it into a business jet engine for Bombardier's Challenger aircraft. A decade later, GE further developed the CF34 for a new breed of aircraft the 50-passenger regional jet. The first CF34-powered regional jet, the Bombardier CRJ100, entered service in 1992. Powering the Bombardier CRJ100 and CRJ200, the CF34-3A1 and -3B1 engines (9,000-pound thrust class) have accumulated more than 12 million flight hours.

 

Pratt & Whitney Canada PW150A

The PW150A turboprop was specially designed for the Bombardier Q400 regional airliner entering service in 2000. The PW150A is the largest member of the successful PW100 family, powering aircraft in more than 100 countries with over 100 million operating hours to its credit.

 

Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100

The PW100 Series Engine ranging in power from 1,800 shp to over 5,000 shp, PW100 engines are available in 31 models, offering unsurpassed flexibility and capability for a variety of applications. More than 6,000 PW100 engines (PW120, PW120A. PW121, PW123, PW123AF, PW123B, PW123D, PW123E, PW124B, PW125B, PW126, PW127E, PW127F, PW127G, PW127J, PW127M) have been produced since the family entered service in 1984, accumulating more than 100 million flying hours.

 

Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A

The PT6A Series Engine ranging in power from 500 shp to over 2,000 shp, PT6A engines are available in more than 65 models, offering unsurpassed flexibility and capability for a variety of applications. PT6A family currently power aircraft in service with more than 6,500 operators in more than 170 countries. More than 36,000 PT6A engines have been produced since the family entered service in the 1960s, accumulating 300 million flying hours.

 

Roll Royce AE3007

The Rolls-Royce AE 3007 is a high-bypass turbofan engine produced by Rolls-Royce North America, sharing a common core with the Rolls-Royce T406 and AE 2100.  Two AE3007 engines power the Embraer 145, an aircraft Regional One specializes in and also supplies.

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