General Electric F110

Using the core of the F101 and originally designated the F101DFE (derivative fighter engine), the F110 was first introduced on the F-16 in 1984. The F110 became the replacement engine for the F-14 Tomcat and continues to be the engine of choice for most F-16 fighters


  • F110-GE-100: 28,000 lbs (124.5 kN) thrust
  • F110-GE-400: 27,000 lbs (120.1 kN) thrust


  • Augmented Turbofan
  • Fan: 3-stage
  • Compressor: 9-stage
  • Turbine: 2-stage low pressure and 1-stage high pressure
  • Pressure ratio: 30 - 33

used by

  • Grumman F-14D Tomcat
  • General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon