Contract Awarded to procure 434 engine flight hours and 10 low power repairs in support of the MV-22 aircraft
What does EFH stand for?
EFH stands for Engine Flight Hours
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- Éducation Française Greater Seattle (French: Greater Seattle French Education; Seattle, WA)
- Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme (UK)
- European Forum for GeoStatistics
- Externally Fired Gas Turbine
- Ethernet (Fast and Gigabit) Technical Overview
- Empire Film Group, Inc. (stock symbol)
- École Française d'Hypnose (French: French School of Hypnosis)
- École Française de l'Heuristique (French: French Heuristic School)
- Energy Future Holdings (Dallas, TX)
- Enterprise for Health (Germany)
- Equivalent Flight Hours (military aviation training)
- Essential Fish Habitat
- Essentials for Health
- Evangelische Fachhochschule (German: Protestant University of Applied Sciences)
- Evangelische Fachhochschule Hannover (German: Protestant University of Applied Sciences and Arts)
- Exposure Factors Handbook (US Environmental Protection Agency)
- Ealing Family Housing Association (now Catalyst Communities Housing Association; London, UK)
- Entwistle Family History Association (UK)
- European Forum of Heritage Associations
Samples in periodicals archive:
Connecticut, USA-based aerospace firm United Technologies Corp (NYSE: UTX) said that its Pratt & Whitney unit's F117 engine recently exceeded 10m engine flight hours in service with the global Boeing (NYSE: BA) C-17 Globemaster III airlifter fleet.
Oman Air and CFM recently celebrated 10 years of cooperation and together marked the achievement of 500,000 engine flight hours on the airline's fleet of CFM56-7B engines.
During the course of the contract performance period, it became evident that while engine flight hours were increasing, demand for repair and replacement of engine components was decreasing.
Since entering service in 1974, more than 6800 F100s have accumulated over 16 million engine flight hours in the service of 18 nations.
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has completed three million engine flight hours of the AE 2100, which powers the C-130J.
Having started in August 2006, the flight-test program is nearing completion and has made 135 test flights and accumulated more than 1,600 engine flight hours to date.
The contract has been developed in line with commercial Power By The Hour([R]) agreements under a fixed price per engine flight hours.