Next gen engines require next gen training, including enhanced classroom, ‘hands-on’ and now 2-D/3-D interactive digital training modules.
The U.S. Army has selected GE Aviation’s T901-GE-900 engine for the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase of...
Who powers the Patriots? Tom Brady? How about the GE CF6-80.
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’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.
Our top 8 of 2018. The GE Aviation stories that made 2018 a big year for aviation.
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.
October was a magazine cover boom for GE Aviation. From 9X to Catalyst, customers, enthusiasts and GE Aviation fans saw twice the GE greatness last month.
The T700-powered Black Hawk proudly commemorates its 40-year service anniversary. GE Aviation’s Lynn facility delivered its inaugural production T700 for the Black Hawk in March of ’78, marked by a ceremony that included then Army Black Hawk Program Manager COL Richard Kenyon who challenged the GE team to “be responsive to the pilots, crew chiefs and mechanics.” Building on its unparalleled record on both helicopter platforms, GE has designed the new T901, a single-spool engine that meets all ITEP requirements with fewer parts, a simpler design, and proven, reliable technology. GE stands ready to take the Black Hawk and U.S. Army into the future of rotorcraft aviation . . . and on another successful 40-year ride.
By Tony Mathis, CEO and President of GE Aviation’s Military Systems business The U.S. Army continues to make progress toward...
The U.S. Air Force has announced an agreement with Boeing to purchase more than 350 T-X trainer jets, all of them powered by the F404 engine.
Summer 2018 included two grueling but immensely enjoyable months for aviation fans, starting in July with England’s...
A decade after the LEAP-X engine program was launched, more than 890 LEAP engines and counting are now installed on aircraft...
GE and CFM power almost 5,000 engines in the U.S. Air Force. GE continues to work with the U.S. Air Force to improve aircraft performance and reduce life cycle costs.
When you’ve proudly delivered a product for nearly 35 years, there are certain to be big highlights along the way. One that...
Flavio Caciuffo, engineer at GE Aviation business, Avio Aero, had the unique opportunity this summer to be a part of the in-flight tests team on board GE Aviation’s Flying Test Bed during a test flight of the GE9X.