GE Aviation and its joint venture company CFM International, a 50/50 joint company between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines, announced a record setting $55 billion in jet engines, services, avionics and digital offerings at the Paris Air Show this week.
The sleek, raptorlike wings with folding tips of Boeing’s new wide-body passenger jet, the 777X, are not the only departure...
GE Aviation is transitioning roughly 1,000 engineers to support Armed Forces programs.
Fifty years ago, GE launched the CF6 jet engine at the Paris Air Show, a workhorse of the commercial aviation industry.
Emergency services or medical evacuation helicopters face challenges from flying in and out of urban and densely populated...
GE Aviation Chief Test Pilot Jon Ohman answers the most frequently asked questions we received on social media about the GE9X and the Flying Test Bed.
The latest deals and announcements from the Paris Air Show 2019.
Meet the employees assembling the historic CFM56 engine, which crossed new milestones in April for production and flight hours.
Drinks in a cozy, elegant cocktail lounge have preceded plenty of marriage proposals. But rarely has such a session led to...
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.
Ceramic Matrix Composite Technology is GE’s Centerpiece Jet Propulsion Strategy for the 21st Century
Ceramic matrix composites (CMC) technology is a centerpiece of GE’s jet propulsion strategy for the 21st century.