Putting the Catalyst engine through the paces in Avio Aero’s ‘wet rig.’
Boeing installs the first GE9X on a 777X in Seattle, while meanwhile in Victorville, the second round of flight testing has commenced with GE9X on GE Aviation’s test bed.
LEAP By the Numbers. CFM LEAP has racked up some impressive statistics in the 29 months since the first airplane entered airline service in August 2016.
GE Aviation is well known for its profound history of powering the world’s greatest aircraft with the famed...
For 100 years, GE Aviation has reimagined flight. What began as a small team of engineers and machinists working on an...
GE Aviation’s Passport, the first ultra-long-range business jet engine, officially entered service on Dec. 20 during a...
Capable of testing the largest, most sophisticated GE engines in production, the new Três Rios test cell in Brazil has roared to life.
As the LEAP engine’s reputation continues to grow, so have the number of sales, with orders and commitments currently exceeding 16,500 engines.
A trip to the Italian Air Force Historical Museum puts Avio Aero’s 110th anniversary in perspective.
Our top 8 of 2018. The GE Aviation stories that made 2018 a big year for aviation.
Many of us have wished to have a birds-eye view of our lives and see the impact we have on those around us. GE Aviation had...
In our next installation of Quick Six, we sat down with Christina Beer, Technical Product Owner for the GE Operations...
GE Aviation held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its Lynn, Mass., plant on Dec. 11 to mark the opening of the new T408 engine general assembly and prep-to-ship area.
The Durham facility started with 20 employees and focused on one engine model. Over the last 25 years, the site has supported more than 10 engine models. Today, GE Aviation Durham has grown to more than 380 employees who focus on the GE9X, GE90, GEnx and LEAP engines, delivering more than 1,700 engine units a year.
With more than 1,000 entry-level and professional-level job openings currently at GE Aviation sites in just the U.S., specialized employee training programs are one of the ways GE Aviation is addressing the need for more qualified job applicants by preparing its workforce on needed skills.
Following on the heels of GE’s other Accelerators in Austin, Texas, Dubai and Munich, the Washington, DC Accelerator will focus on some of the toughest problems facing the military and its contractors by providing a space where customers and GE experts can collaborate on new technological solutions.
WOW Indeed: LEAP and a new generation of planes helps airlines enter a new era of long-distance travel
CFM started developing the LEAP jet engine about a decade ago. Engineers were able to slash its fuel consumption by 15 percent compared with the engine’s predecessor, the CFM56, by using breakthrough materials and technologies.
Propellers leader looks to the future after groundbreaking ceremony for new, state-of-the-art facility
GE Aviation’s original Queen of the Skies, the Boeing 747-100 Flying Test Bed, flew to its new home, the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.
About 9,000 U.S. veterans currently work for GE, and right now, more than 60 employees are on active duty orders serving in the U.S. National Guard and Reserves. As we celebrate Veterans Day in the U.S., we want to thank our employees around the world who have served, or currently serve, in honor of their country.