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.
In our next installment of Quick Six, we spoke with Tiffany Liang, Materials Leader for the LEAP-1A and -1B Core Assembly at GE Aviation’s Lafayette, Indiana, engine assembly facility.
Meet the employees assembling the historic CFM56 engine, which crossed new milestones in April for production and flight hours.
GE’s (and America’s) first jet engine began formal testing 77 years ago in Lynn, Mass.
Drinks in a cozy, elegant cocktail lounge have preceded plenty of marriage proposals. But rarely has such a session led to...
The crew of the USS Cincinnati recently got an up close look at the engines powering their missions, the LM2500.
With the amount of work growing at Unison Industries in Dayton for LEAP engines, new internship and apprenticeship programs were started to train more welders.
The XEOS services facility is open for business in Poland, adding capacity to repair GEnx-2B engines.
Two years ago, the Catalyst engine did not exist. Now it is entering the next stretch of testing and certification before it begins flying later this year.
This September marks the 80th anniversary of the world’s first practical helicopter. On Sept. 14, 1939, Igor Sikorsky...
Additive manufacturing enabled engineers to design and “grow” a bracket for the GEnx, reducing production waste by 90 percent.
Avio Aero’s Angela Tessa on the rewards and challenges of a career in STEM.
GE-powered S-92s play integral role in rescue of nearly 480 stranded cruise ship passengers on the Viking Sky.
GE and Corpus Christi Army Depot commemorate 10,000th T700 engine overhaul for U.S. Army’s Black Hawk, Apache and Pave Hawk helicopters.
Building on a full year’s worth of testing and more than 85 hours of flight time, the V-280 Valor, powered by GE T64 turboshaft engines, reached its namesake cruising speed of 280 knots true airspeed in January.
The Laureate Awards are the aviation industry’s version of the Oscars—a black tie event with glamour and glitz mixed in with...