The B777 GE90 Engine

GE90’s larger variants (-110B and -115B) built exclusively for Boeing’s largest 777 models (777-200LR and 777-300ER). Built by General Electric, the GE90 engine first entered service with British Airways in November 1995.

During certification testing in 2002, the GE90-115B engine set a world-record 127,900 lbs. of thrust. It eclipsed the engine’s previous Guinness world record of 122,965 lbf (546.98 kN). On November 10, 2017, its successor, the GE9X, reached a higher record test thrust of 134,300 lbf (597 kN) in Peebles, Ohio.

Infinite Flight is developing a rework for the B777 series, here’s a collection of the latest WIP images.