CEO John Slattery spotlights some of the real work GE Aviation is doing toward our sustainability goals.
GE Aviation is helping lead the industry in Sustainable Aviation Fuel, work critical to helping the global aviation industry meet its collective goals to reduce emissions.
The Catalyst engine recently passed its ice testing campaign amid glacial temperatures, thanks to a team of seasoned engineers.
Southwest Airlines announced the purchase of advanced CFM International LEAP-1B engines to power 100 Boeing 737 MAX 7 aircraft. Southwest originally launched the LEAP-1B engine on the 737 MAX in 2011, with an order for 150 jets. This new deal takes the total order to 800 LEAP engines installed on its planes.
At the end of February, a Boeing 767 passenger jet, powered by two GE CF6 engines, flew to Antarctica to pick up a group of scientists returning home from the Troll research station.
Every GE Aviation and CFM engine is created with a digital copy, all the way down to every single part number.
Atlas Air Worldwide has signed an agreement with GE Aviation to purchase GEnx-2B engines for its four Boeing 747-8 Freighters. Airlines and other GE customers have ordered more than 2,500 GEnx engines since they entered service early in the last decade, making it the fastest-selling, high-thrust engine in GE’s history.
A world-leading provider of military jet engines, and a U.S. Air Force partner since 1947, GE is poised to support the next generation of USAF needs. An unparalleled suite of innovative GE products stands ready to meet emerging mission demands.
Two GE Aviation engineers are ensuring that students see Black role models in aerospace and STEM.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has selected CFM International LEAP-1A engines to power 35 additional A320neo family aircraft. The order, which includes eight spare engines and a Rate Per Flight Hour (RPFH) support agreement, is valued at $2.9 billion U.S. at list price.
The GE Catalyst has taken another crucial step ahead of its upcoming first take-off for flight testing.
Andargachew “Andy” Haileselassie pivoted his in-person jet engine maintenance classes in 2020 to teach remote classes to technicians from 26 airlines, reaching about 577 virtual students.
A 1,300-strong shipment of GE Healthcare patient monitors started arriving at hundreds of public hospitals throughout the country shortly before Christmas, made possible with help from engineers at GE Aviation.
The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Aviation & Missile Center (CCDC AvMC), Boeing, and GE Aviation expanded the flight envelope in their demonstration of a Chinook helicopter with GE Aviation’s T408 engine at Ft. Eustis, Va. The cooperative test team achieved first flight in September 2020, and continues to show how integration of more powerful engines on the CH-47 Chinook can support future aircraft capability and Army Aviation modernization efforts.
Forest fires ravaged the western United States this year. 10 Tanker, an air carrier company based in New Mexico that specializes in aerial firefighting, used four DC-10 airliners, powered by GE’s CF6 engines, to combat the destruction. Read our interview with 10 Tanker.
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.