The first two LEAP-1A production engines were delivered to Airbus two days ahead of schedule, paving the way for entry into...
By: Jessica Cox, pilot & motivational speaker I was born without arms. And with all that I have been able to do without...
Ground testing is underway on the first full GE9X development engine, which is the world’s largest commercial aircraft...
Introducing our TrueChoice™ services suite. Yesterday, Kevin McAllister, President & CEO of GE Aviation, Services, took...
How a GE field service engineer and self-proclaimed ‘nerd’, is doing everything he can to support the customer … and more.
To become a Digital-Industrial leader, GE Aviation is looking beyond its own four walls to learn from the experts.
GE Aviation has demonstrated capability for a Cold Metal Transfer (CMT) repair – a new, low-heat metal build-up (additive technology) process for repairing seals on rotating parts that restores the seals to original dimensions.
GE Aviation now has a report process that can save thousands of dollars and avoid hours of engine test time for the commercial aircraft engine lessee and/or lessor at time of lease return.
We’ve all heard about traumatic brain injuries (TBI) caused by blast events. But battlefield injuries aren’t the reason for most military TBIs: The most common causes are motor vehicle crashes and falls.
A university education and volunteering project shared between Avio Aero and the law firm DLA Piper.
GE Aviation attorneys are teaming up with other local lawyers and the Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio to provide legal services to our local nonprofits in need.
Award winning apprentice Johnny Elley, is part of the next generation of trainee Aircraft Engineers who are learning to overhaul engines of the future at GE Aviation Wales.
The Italian Navy relies on GE Aviation propulsion technology for their new ships.
When GE Aviation bought the storied but obscure Czech turboprop builder Walter Aircraft Engines in 2008, the American company hadn’t developed a new propeller engine in decades.
The last Concorde landed in 2003, but NASA and a team of aerospace companies that includes Lockheed Martin and GE Aviation are not finished with supersonic passenger flight.
Read GE Aviation President & CEO, David Joyce’s letter in the GE Annual Report on how digital and the use of data will transform GE Aviation’s business.
During its 35 years of service to the fleet, the Lockheed S-3 Viking was affectionately known as “the Hoover” because of the distinctive vacuum like sound of its engines.
Preparing for the first test of the world’s largest engine—GE9X—requires big equipment and investments at GE Aviation Peebles Ohio facility.
LEAP Year may come around every four years, but advanced technology like the LEAP engine only comes around once in a generation!
Aviation Week has unlocked all 100 years of its content, including a treasure chest of GE Aviation history!