EFH

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AcronymDefinition
EFHEinfamilienhaus
EFHEssential Fish Habitat
EFHEvangelische Fachhochschule (German: Protestant University of Applied Sciences)
EFHÉcole Française d'Hypnose (French: French School of Hypnosis)
EFHEnergy Future Holdings (Dallas, TX)
EFHEvangelische Fachhochschule Hannover (German: Protestant University of Applied Sciences and Arts)
EFHÉcole Française de l'Heuristique (French: French Heuristic School)
EFHEnterprise for Health (Germany)
EFHExposure Factors Handbook (US Environmental Protection Agency)
EFHEssentials for Health
EFHEngine Flight Hours
EFHEquivalent Flight Hours (military aviation training)
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NYSE: UTX), has announced that its F119 engine, which powers Lockheed Martin's F-22 Raptor, has surpassed 500,000 engine flight hours, the company said.
Under the terms of the agreement, CFM guarantees the maintenance cost on a dollar per engine flight hour basis for the airline's entire fleet of installed and spare CFM56-7B engines powering its fleet of 15 Boeing Next-Generation 737 aircraft throughout the term of the agreement.
Since entering service in 1974, more than 6800 F100s have accumulated over 16 million engine flight hours in the service of 18 nations.
The CF6 series currently equips approximately 1700 aircraft, which have so far accumulated over 210 million engine flight hours, more than any other high-bypass engine.
To date, the fleet in service has logged more than 75,000 engine flight cycles and more than 150,000 engine flight hours while maintaining CFMs industry-leading reliability.
easyJet is one of the leading low-cost carriers in Europe, flying 269 CFM-powered Airbus aircraft throughout Europe and the fleet has accumulated more than 16 million engine flight hours with our engines.
To date, the fleet in service has logged more than 47,000 engine flight cycles and more than 80,000 engine flight hours.
CFM International's CFM56 fleet has become the first high bypass turbofan engine family in history to achieve more than 800 million engine flight hours in service.
The Rolls-Royce F405 (Adour) engine powers a variety of military aircraft around the world, with more than 8 million engine flight hours.
The LEAP-1A continues its highly-successful flight test program on the A320neo, accumulating more than 1,000 engine flight hours on more than 200 flights to date.
Under the terms of the agreement, CFM will guarantee maintenance costs on a dollar per engine flight hour basis.
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