The crew of the USS Cincinnati recently got an up close look at the engines powering their missions, the LM2500.read more
How the GE1 “Building Block” demonstrator engine program launched GE Aviation into the future.
The GE Aviation Propulsion Hall of Fame welcomed its newest round of inductees in May 2019.
Meet Carlos Duenas, a lead mechanic at GE Aviation Flight Test Operations, located in Victorville, California.
With the amount of work growing at Unison Industries in Dayton for LEAP engines, new internship and apprenticeship programs were started to train more welders.
GE Aviation is celebrating its 100th year in business. All year, we’ll be taking a look back at some of the engines and technology featured in our advertisements and the stories behind them. To read more stories about GE’s 100 years in Aviation, visit our celebration...
Western Row Elementary in Mason, Ohio, doesn’t look like anything special from the outside. But inside the nondescript brick walls and long glass windows, once a week, Girl Scout Troop 44405 and GE volunteers come together to build a better future. Sharon Crall, a...
On October 1, 1942, a Bell XP-59A Airacomet powered by two GE I-A turbojet engines roared down a remote runway at Muroc Dry Lake in California and slowly lifted off the ground. From modest beginnings in the California desert, the United States had entered The Jet Age.
The XEOS services facility is open for business in Poland, adding capacity to repair GEnx-2B engines.
Harnessing the power cleaner, greener tech with Avio Aero and GE Aviation Europe at the Clean Sky 2 conference in Brussels
AiRXOS, part of GE Aviation, participated in the world’s first unmanned aircraft (UA) flight that delivered a donor kidney to surgeons in Baltimore, Maryland for successful transplantation into a patient with kidney failure.
“Give me just a minute, gotta fire off a couple more emails.” It’s not uncommon to hear a statement like that in the modern workforce. But it’s not what you’d expect to hear from someone retiring in a week. Bill Millhaem didn’t act like someone who was about to end a...
Ceramic matrix composites (CMC) technology is a centerpiece of GE’s jet propulsion strategy for the 21st century.
Two years ago, the Catalyst engine did not exist. Now it is entering the next stretch of testing and certification before it begins flying later this year.
Suzy Wang, Senior Operations Manager, at GE Aviation in Lynn, Massachusetts, discusses women in STEM and the 2019 STEP Ahead Award.
Maria Rogers, Senior HR Business Partner for GE Aviation, will talk about the adversities she faced throughout her life and how that’s shaped who she is today. Maria’s journey, the struggles she faced along the way, and the choices she courageously made for a better...
This September marks the 80th anniversary of the world’s first practical helicopter. On Sept. 14, 1939, Igor Sikorsky demonstrated his Vought-Sikorsky VS-300 breakthrough design which incorporated both a single main rotor, as well as a tail rotor, during a flight over...
Rick Kennedy (pictured on right) is a retiree, former Media Relations leader and author of GE Aviation: 100 Years of Reimagining Flight, to be released in June. In his Purpose Talk, Kennedy talks about the past century of how GE Aviation influenced the future of...
Additive manufacturing enabled engineers to design and “grow” a bracket for the GEnx, reducing production waste by 90 percent.
GE Aviation’s wildly popular F404 engine family is among the most important fighter jet engines in military propulsion history.
Avio Aero’s Angela Tessa on the rewards and challenges of a career in STEM.