GE Aviation’s GE90 engine celebrates 25 years of service today, and GE expects the technological pioneer engine to continue...
GE’s priority has always been to develop and mature breakthrough technologies that reduce jet engine weight, reduce harmful emissions, and lower noise.
With the new Wellness Trace app, travelers can see how airport employees are working to carry out safety protocols. At the Albany airport, where GE launched the system this week, QR stickers are posted in more than 45 locations, allowing travelers to see when an area was last cleaned. Employees upload information into the app each time they clean a corresponding surface.
In August, NASA took delivery of the first F414-GE-100 engine for its X-59 QueSST plane, a one-of-a-kind experimental aircraft that will fly faster than Mach 1 and higher than most high-performance aircraft at 55,000 feet.
Did You Hear That? How the GE Aviation Advanced Technology Team in Munich is Enabling the Next Generation of Quieter Turboprops
A quieter turboprop? Scientists from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and GE Aviation measure the noise emitted by an aircraft on the ground and on the aircraft synchronously.
The GE Aviation Lafayette team assembles its first Passport engine for the Bombardier Global 7500 aircraft.
Along with 24/7 customer support, GE Aviation teams in Cincinnati and Shanghai monitor engine data to help predict and avoid issues.
Some of the fascinating, technical challenges presented to engineers in the GE9X program over the last few years.
This first flight is the culmination of a five-year effort under between the Army, Boeing and GE Aviation to evaluate the feasibility and benefits of higher-power engines.
The European research project for small air transport has contributed new technologies that will soon fly with GE’s Catalyst, and is looking ahead at driving an even more sustainable future.
Unlocking the Full Potential of Flight Data: Cathay Pacific Group and GE Aviation Expand Digital Partnership
GE Aviation and Cathay Pacific Group have signed a five-year agreement to implement GE’s Event Measurement System (EMS) for flight analytics and the FlightPulse® pilot app.
Greg Talley, the first Black recipient of the Young Engineer Award at GE Aviation, reflects on his 40-year career at GE Aviation.
The T700, GE Aviation’s workhorse helicopter engine, has been going strong for 42 years and counting. This spring alone, the company was awarded $242 million in contracts with the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.
GE Aviation European teams and Avio Aero expand their R&D collaboration network with Universities and research centers for the next-generation of propulsion systems and technologies for a cleaner aviation.
GE Aviation has created Health Application ID to help the aviation industry address COVID-19 related safety concerns. “This application addresses an urgent need in our industry to help ensure airline and airport workers have been screened for COVID-19 and that their fellow passengers have been checked,” said Andrew Coleman, chief commercial officer of GE Aviation’s Digital Group.
With airliners scrambling to meet cargo demand due to COVID-19, GE Aviation’s CF6 is the powerplant of choice on freighters bringing needed medical supplies, food and goods to destinations around the world.
When the U.S. Navy awarded GE Aviation a $754 million engineering and manufacturing development contract for the F414 engine...
A new partnership between the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and GE Aviation is improving aviation safety education by providing students and faculty with access to a leading flight data analytics platform.
No engine in jet propulsion is quite like GE’s tiny J85 turbojet. Originally designed in 1954, the J85 is expected to power U.S. military aircraft until at least 2040.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department took Jay Leno for a ride in a T700-powered Sikorsky Firehawk helicopter on his CNBC show Jay Leno’s Garage. His take on the T700: “I should get that in my car. That would be alright!”