Deals this week: CFM International, General Atomics, Huntington Ingalls Industries

2 February 2017 (Last Updated February 2nd, 2017 18:30)

CFM International Inc has signed a deal worth $1.96bn to supply replenishment spares for the F108 turbofan engines that power aircraft operated by the US Navy and Air Force.

CFM International Inc has signed a deal worth $1.96bn to supply replenishment spares for the F108 turbofan engines that power aircraft operated by the US Navy and Air Force.

The contract was awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, and work is expected to be completed in October 2024.

The US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division has awarded a $249.87m contract to multiple companies to provide logistics support services to the navy.

The five-year deal will provide lifecycle sustainment support for the US Navy’s weapon systems and sub-systems.

US Naval Air Systems Command has awarded a contract modification worth $532.61m to General Atomics for work on the CVN 80 aircraft carrier’s electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS).

"US Naval Air Systems Command has awarded a contract modification worth $532.61m to General Atomics for work on the CVN 80 aircraft carrier’s electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS)."

The manufacture, assembly, inspection and testing of the EMALS system are all included in the deal, and work is scheduled to be completed by September 2027.

Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc has secured a $25.5m contract modification to perform initial advance fabrication for the procurement of long-lead materials for the USS Enterprise (CVN 80) aircraft carrier.

Operations will be carried out at Newport News facility in Virginia, US, through March next year.

Smartronix Inc has been awarded a one-year deal worth $26.7m to provide support services for the US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division.

The contract will support implementation of telecommunication and related communications-electronics systems.