The V2500 engine is designed and manufactured by International Aero Engines, a global partnership of aerospace leaders including Pratt & Whitney, Japanese Aero Engine Corporation and MTU Aero Engines.
The V2500 is offered through IAE, a multinational aero engine consortium comprised of aerospace leaders including Pratt & Whitney, Pratt & Whitney Aero Engines International GmbH, Japanese Aero Engines Corporation and MTU Aero Engines.
IAE International Aero Engines AG brings advantages in technical excellence and manufacturing expertise, with a reputation of producing the engine of choice for the Airbus A320ceo family.
With enhanced service options to meet our customers’ evolving needs, the V2500™engine is designed to maximize time on wing while delivering best-in-class fuel consumption, noise and emissions. Setting the standard for reliability, the V2500 engine — with ongoing production and a committed supply base — will support our customers’ efficient operations for many years to come.
A versatile engine that can support the ever-evolving needs of our customers
The V2500 engine remains the quietest, most fuel-efficient engine for the Airbus A320ceo family, with the lowest emissions and greatest advantage in aircraft payload and range.
The V2500 engine powers the first A321 passenger-to-cargo conversion, offers a significant payload-range advantage, and is the only engine on the A321ceo to meet Chapter 4 noise standards out of the box.
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The V2500-E5 engine provides 31,000 pounds of thrust with efficient, clean power for the C-390 Millennium multi-mission transport aircraft, developed by Embraer.
The V2500 engine is in its prime and will continue powering commercial, cargo and, military platforms for years to come.
The preferred engine for reliable, efficient operation
With up to 33,000 pounds of thrust, the V2500 engine currently powers approximately 3,000 aircraft with nearly 200 customers in over 80 countries and has powered more than 60 million flights with over 250 million engine flight hours.