Boeing has completed the first flight of the 777X powered by two GE9X engines.
GE Aviation has incredible customers and employees in and around Dubai, with deep domain expertise supporting great products.
Emirates will expand the digital capabilities of its fleet of Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 aircraft with FlightPulse and a GE Aviation platform called electronic Flight Operations Quality Assurance (eFOQA).
On the heels of Qatar Science & Technology Park’s 10th anniversary, we look at the longstanding partnership between GE Aviation and Qatar Airways.
GE Aviation had an extraordinary 2019, putting up two new world records between the GE9X and the GEnx and helped transport the first human organ via drone.
GE Aviation’s 100 Flights Employee Recognition Program included a two-day trip to the Emerald City of Seattle, Washington, and a visit to Boeing, one of GE’s long-time customers.
Employees at more than 75 sites around the world came together to celebrate GE Aviation’s 100 year anniversary.
A technical breakthrough in infrared camera testing for the GE Catalyst in Poland.
In this installment of Quick Six, we sat down with Bridie Evans, advanced technology engineer at Dowty Propellers in Gloucester, UK.
On this day 116 years ago, two brothers from Dayton, Ohio, wrote their names in history as the first people to achieve controlled, powered, heavier-than-air flight.
Dowty Propellers Pays Tribute to the Past, Looks Forward to the Future at New Manufacturing Facility
After a fire destroyed the original facility in 2015, Dowty Propellers has inaugurated a new 183,000-sq. ft. building near Gloucester at Brockworth’s Gloucester Business Park. The new facility in Brockworth, England provides a modern operation for the company’s development, manufacture and support of state-of-the-art propeller systems with all-composite blades.
Persistence pays off. After being turned down repeatedly for an internship at other companies, Dremere Woods, an engineering major at Auburn University, was able to shine at GE Aviation.
The GE F404-powered Boeing T-7A trainer has been named to Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New” list.
GE Employees celebrated our 100-year anniversary with a trip to see the The Blue Angels, who fly F/A-18’s powered by GE’s F404 engines, and Ingalls Shipbuilding, who makes many of the ships powered by GE’s marine engines, which had its shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss.
Aviation fans across the globe love the GE90, but it wasn’t always that success. How the world’s once most powerful jet engine rose from the ashes.
The Italian pilot and women’s pioneer Fiorenza De Bernardi looks back on her contributions to women in flight.
We countdown the top ten aviation books of all time, as surveyed by GE Aviation employees and social media followers.
The latest deals and announcements from the 2019 Dubai Airshow.
In August 2019, a group of assembly technicians who call themselves Team Raven completed production of the 2,000th GEnx engine at the Durham, North Carolina plant.
Meet Mike Solon, in all likelihood, he is world’s foremost expert on J79 maintenance and operation—the go-to person for any and all J79 operational questions and issues.