Employees at more than 75 sites around the world came together to celebrate GE Aviation’s 100 year anniversary.
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.
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.
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.
In this Purpose Talk, Mark Musheno, Director of Business Development for our Military division, talks about his combat experience and how GE has unknowingly been part of his life journey.
The Student Veterans Center at Xavier University is the heart of student veteran life for Xavier’s more than 300 current veteran and military-connected students. Thanks in part to generous donations by GE Aviation, the center has become a focal point on campus for Veteran resources.
Building bridges in the global aviation community.
Whether you are a budding 12-year-old brainiac or veteran tinkerer, Night at the Institute of Aviation at the Engineering Design Center campus in Warsaw had something for everyone.
Air Force Veteran and GE Aviation aero design engineer Mike Chenery chats about his U.S. Air Force background and his current role supporting military programs at GE Aviation.
Engineer Pete Miani was recognized for developing robust borescope procedures, leading to reduced inspection times and an increase in engine time-on-wing from 200 to 1,000 hours.
Darrel Jarboe has worked as a machinist GE Aviation’s Strother plant for the last 47-years.
From engineering and supply chain operations to facility management and more, automotive expats are increasingly finding their way to the aviation industry.
The GE Aviation overhaul site in Hungary is dedicated to the most recognizable jet engines’ parts; one is even on display at MOMA in New York.
In the fifth trip in a series of 10 for our 100 Flights program celebrating GE Aviation’s 100-year anniversary, a GE team of 14 assembled for a three-day, four-city tour of Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, the GE Celma engine overhaul facility in Petrópolis, the new engine test cell in Três Rios, and ultimately the headquarters of Embraer in São José dos Campos, near the metropolis of São Paulo.
Pepe Palafox is laser-focused on building diverse talent in GE’s ranks. To him, it’s a sign that the company cares about investing in the future generations of engineers and in diversity.