General Electric CJ805

General Electric CJ805

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The General Electric CJ805 is an axial-flow turbojet engine. It was developed by General Electric Aircraft Engines as a simplified civilian version of its J79. The basic CJ805 powered the Convair 880, while an aft-turbofan derivative, the CJ805-23 (military designation TF35) , powered the Convair 990 airliners and a single Sud Aviation Caravelle intended as a prototype for the US market.

Variants and applications

CJ805-3
CJ805-23


Specifications (CJ805)



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