The latest deals and announcements from the Paris Air Show 2019.
People think the Honda Business Jet started out as a design on a napkin. In fact, it was scribbled on the back of a...
In our next installment of Quick Six, we spoke with Tiffany Liang, Materials Leader for the LEAP-1A and -1B Core Assembly at GE Aviation’s Lafayette, Indiana, engine assembly facility.
Collaboration with universities and innovative technologies are part of both the GE and Avio Aero DNA, just like this story with University of Cincinnati.
Stop for a moment and think of all the emails you send and receive in a day. Now multiply that by 49,000 employees....
GE Aviation is celebrating its 100th year in business. All year, we’ll be taking a look back at some of the engines and...
Meet the employees assembling the historic CFM56 engine, which crossed new milestones in April for production and flight hours.
GE’s (and America’s) first jet engine began formal testing 77 years ago in Lynn, Mass.
We sat down with Katie Schafer, Quality Engineer for Asheville’s Rotating Parts shop and recent winner of the Women Up’s Rising Star Award for her involvement in STEM education in the community.
Drinks in a cozy, elegant cocktail lounge have preceded plenty of marriage proposals. But rarely has such a session led to...
The road to aeronautical innovation has been paved, in many respects, by motorcycle mechanics. Or at least devotees of two-wheel vehicular propulsion. And they make great aviation technicians.
The crew of the USS Cincinnati recently got an up close look at the engines powering their missions, the LM2500.
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.
Western Row Elementary in Mason, Ohio, doesn’t look like anything special from the outside. But inside the nondescript brick...
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