Pro Pilot readers rank GE #1 in 2015 Turbine Powerplant Product Support survey
EVENDALE, OHIO – For the 1st time in the 23-year history of this annual operator survey, Pro Pilot magazine readers ranked GE Aviation #1 in the 2015 Turbine Powerplant Product Support Survey with results published in the October 2015 edition of Pro Pilot magazine.
Key FATE component tests have been completed
LYNN, Massachusetts – Progress continues on the GE Aviation/US Army Future Affordable Turbine Engine (FATE) program with recent completion of component tests of the compressor, combustor and turbine. These tests, which followed inlet particle separator testing completed earlier, validate the use of the advanced technologies incorporated into these components in preparation for the full FATE engine demonstrations.
Czech This Out: An Inside Look at GE’s Prague Turboprop Engine Plant
GE makes its turboprop engines at a gleaming factory on the outskirts of Prague, the Czech capital. Designed to work in desert heat as well as Siberian chill, the rugged engines power thousands of planes around the world including those flying to the world’s most dangerous airport in Lukla, at the foot of Mt. Everest.
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