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The HondaJet is Certified

On December 8, 2015, Honda Aircraft Company and GE Honda Aero Engines accomplished an aviation milestone. The HondaJet...

Celebrating 75 years in Wales

In October, First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, marked the 75th anniversary of aircraft engine overhaul operations at GE Aviation, Services—Wales: “My heartfelt congratulations to GE Aviation on celebrating 75 years in Wales. Their Anchor status is recognition of both their world class operation and their importance to the local and national economy…”

Maintenance Tips at your Fingertips

GE Aviation’s Customer Technical Education Center (CTEC) is proud to announce a new series of training videos now available on GE Aviation’s YouTube channel, called “Maintenance Minute.”

CFM LEAP-1A Achieves DUAL Certification

CFM International’s advanced LEAP-1A engine was today simultaneously awarded Type Certificates by both the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

GE Aviation launches new turboprop engine

GE Aviation is excited to unveil its all-new turboprop engine, which has been selected by Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron, Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, to power its single engine turboprop (SETP).

Day 1 at the 2015 Dubai Airshow with GE Reports

Cities in the United Arab Emirates like Dubai and Abu Dhabi have become major aviation hubs over the last two decades and carriers based in the Middle East including Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways have become powerful global players

20,000 and counting …celebrating the T700/CT7 engine

Today, dozens of operators, airframers and members of the U.S. military will join GE employees and retirees at Aviation’s Lynn, Mass., facility for a ceremony to commemorate the delivery of its 20,000th T700/CT7 engine.

Introducing the lab of the future

On Tuesday November 3, Polonia Aero announced the official opening of one of the world’s largest and most advanced cold flow turbine test laboratories.

GE Aviation to build unique materials factories

GE Aviation announces plans to create adjacent factories in Huntsville, Alabama, to mass-produce silicon carbide (SiC) materials used to manufacture ceramic matrix composite components (CMCs) for jet engines and land-based gas turbines.

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