In our next installment of Quick Six, The Bike Shop sat down with Teresa Saint-Blancard, a customer program manager at GE Aviation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Avio Aero is partnering with Amazon Web Services to go beyond the boundaries of cloud thanks to the new Lambda technology.
This June marks the 50th anniversary of GE Aviation’s dramatic return to the airline industry by launching the original CF6 engine on the Douglas DC-10. This seminal milestone put GE on a course to become one of the world’s commercial jet engine dynasties.
GE’s F404 engine has been selected by Lockheed Martin to power their bid for the MQ-25A Stingray contract, a competition to create an unmanned tanker designed to deliver robust refueling capability to support combat strike fighters and extend the range of US Navy aircraft carriers.
AiRXOS, a wholly-owned subsidiary of GE, provides software, hardware and services to the emerging autonomous industry and will lay the groundwork for a digitized future in autonomous airspace.
In our next installment of Quick Six, The Bike Shop sat down with Gavin Roe, an international program director at GE Aviation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
GE Aviation’s Digital Solutions team worked in partnership with the GE Global Research Center (GRC) and GE Digital over the course of six weeks to build a package of digital services for the Army to implement and test.
The European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) is taking place this week in Geneva, Switzerland. EBACE is not be the biggest aviation show of the summer but generates major announcements in the business and general aviation sector.
GE Aviation in Clearwater Florida was recently awarded elite supplier status from Sikorsky for work on the UH-60 Black Hawk aircraft. GE was one of 19 suppliers recognized by Sikorsky’s leadership team during a ceremony in West Palm Beach, Florida for achieving elite supplier level of performance.
Dedienne Aerospace and Rhinestahl Customer Tooling Solutions (CTS), industry leaders in aircraft engine tooling and ground support equipment, have been selected as GE Aviation’s authorized engine tooling licensees for GE9X engines.