Last weekend, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines passengers took special flights to Edmonton and Porto, even if they didn’t know it was part of The Sustainable Flight Challenge. The flights were powered by GEnx and CF34 engines using a mix of approved Sustainable Aviation Fuel.
As the situation in Ukraine has worsened, GE Aviation employees in the area have stepped up to provide aid.
MRO Americas is a great chance to highlight how far GE Aviation has come, what we’re doing to continuously improve our services business and help grow the MRO industry.
Matt Sabo fell hard for aerospace engineering. Now his son Ben is following in his footsteps.
Joseph Sorota was working his shift at a GE factory in Lynn, Massachusetts, when he was called to the main office. “There...
Flying Into The Future: Christine Andrews Is Helping NASA And GE Aviation Build A Hybrid Electric Engine
One summer as a teenager, Christine Andrews visited NASA Mission Control Center in Houston with her family. Marveling at the...
Money Back Guarantee: GE Volunteers Help 150 Cincinnati Families File Taxes, Garnering $270,000 In Refunds
For low income families, paying for tax preparation can take a dent of funds needed for other items. Thanks to a group of GE Aviation volunteers, 150 families in the Cincinnati area got help filing their taxes and were able to claim returns that generated $270,000 in refunds for the community.
Demonstrated commercial success has engineers and program leaders bullish about CMCs and their impact on a new engine in GE’s military business: the XA100 Adaptive Cycle Engine.
Veronica Mendez Magaña, operations leader at the GE Querétaro site, believes improvements start with the humility to admit imperfections.
GE leader Ewa Czerederecka is known for her candor and encouragement, and her teams are thriving as a result.
GE Digital’s Fuel Insight software can help airlines reduce costs and emissions by analyzing flight data, examining trends and identifying fuel savings in just minutes. Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) will use Fuel Insight software to help the carrier work toward reducing its carbon footprint and meeting its goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.
On International Women’s Day, GE Aviation’s Luana Iorio offers insights into overcoming gender bias in engineering and how critical diversity is to inventing the future of flight.
The Catalyst engine’s flight test campaigns across two different continents are progressing, and the first insights from the new Beechcraft Denali prototype are remarkable.
The race to decarbonize flight just picked up speed. Airbus and CFM International will collaborate on tests of an aircraft engine fueled by hydrogen that, if all goes according to plan, would carry passengers in the mid-2030s while producing no carbon emissions during flight.
Boeing showed its latest passenger jet, the 777X, to the public a few months ago, but the plane keeps making headlines. In...
When Mimmo Catalano was 5 years old, his dad took him to work at his office, at an airport in Sardinia, and the boy’s...
Last October, NASA and GE Aviation announced a new partnership to mature a megawatt-class hybrid electric engine that could...
Heavy Lifting: Qatar Becomes The Launch Carrier For Boeing’s Massive 777-8 Freighter Jet, Powered By GE
When Boeing test pilot Heather Ross brought the aerospace company’s new 777X jet to the Dubai Airshow for its public debut...
Electrical engineering student Aaron Plvan has spent his co-ops at GE Aviation living in his solar-powered van. From the high-tech experience at GE Aviation’s additive site in Auburn to the traditional manufacturing site in Rutland, Plvan is gaining deep experience across the spectrum at GE. And taking in the views as he goes.
Meet Charlie Barker, Facilities Engineer and leader of the GE Aviation Rutland Energy Efficiency Program. Charlie’s sustainability initiatives have resulted in 115 energy conservation projects saving 16,053,903 kilo-watt hours in electrical and over 12,541 tons of greenhouse gas emissions for the Rutland aircraft airfoil manufacturing operation.