To investigate the impact of installation on jet noise from modern high-bypass-ratio turbofan engines, a model-scale noise experiment with a jet propulsion system and a fuselage model in scale was conducted in the anechoic wind tunnel of ONERA, CEPRA 19. Two area ratios (an area of the secondary nozzle over an area of the primary nozzle), 5 and 7, and various airframe configurations such as wing positions relative to the tip of the engine nacelle and flap angles, were considered. Based on the analysis of experimental data, an empirical model for the prediction of engine installation noise was proposed. The model comprises two components: one is the interaction be-tween the jet and the pressure side of the wing, and the other is the interaction between the jet and the flap tip. The interaction between the jet and the pressure side of the wing contributes to the noise at the low frequencies (? 1.5 kHz), and the interaction between the jet and the flap tip con-tributes to the noise at the high frequencies. The proposed model showed a good agreement with the experimental data.