DC10Tony
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Engine Prices (777)

Mon Feb 18, 2002 10:03 pm

What engine for the 777 costs the most and the least?
 
rendezvous
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Wed Feb 20, 2002 8:51 pm

Let's just say if you've got a 777 and the engine dies you better hope you have insurance.

~Rdz

(anyone know the actual prices?)
 
prebennorholm
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Thu Feb 21, 2002 5:10 am

There are different versions, different producers, and exact prices are negotiated individually for every sale.

And most sales include various support agreements and spare part supplies.

But in very rough numbers: One 777 engine and nothing else: Price tag around $10-12 million.

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H. Simpson
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Thu Feb 21, 2002 5:19 am

go buy one and be your very unique aviation collection!
 
Arsenal@LHR
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Thu Feb 21, 2002 9:18 am

A P&W or a GE engine on a 747 costs around $8 million roughly.
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DC10Tony
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Thu Feb 21, 2002 9:53 am

"go buy one and be your very unique aviation collection!"

Yeah, then I'll strap it to my car's roof and get from point A - B much faster.

Thanks for the replies guys, I had thought they were about $10 million a piece.


 
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Thu Feb 21, 2002 9:55 am

Not sure about the whole engine, but a single fan blade costs $50,000!

Pick up that FOD!

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DC10Tony
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Thu Feb 21, 2002 11:58 pm

"a single fan blade costs $50,000!"

Damn!

That's a lot of money for a fan blade.

Well, everything you buy as parts will cost more, just like if you need a replacement part for your car.
 
jgore
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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Fri Feb 22, 2002 3:39 am

"then I'll strap it to my car's roof and get from point A - B much faster. "
hehheheh, first ensure yourself that your car's roof supports the 7 tons weight!!!!

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RE: Engine Prices (777)

Fri Feb 22, 2002 7:33 am

Engine price, as a simple rule, is 20% of the cost of most aircraft. Therefore if you know the cost of an aircraft, use this rule and you will get close to the cost of the engine. (example is a 2 engine airliner)

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