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August 11, 2021
Two GE Aviation facilities producing advanced jet engine components recently passed major manufacturing milestones. GE Aviation’s Asheville, North Carolina, facility recently shipped its 100,000th turbine shroud made from Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC) materials, while the Auburn, Alabama, facility recently shipped its 100,000th additively manufactured fuel nozzle tip.
August 5, 2021
Fifty years ago, the CF6 engine thrust GE Aviation into the commercial aviation business when it entered service installed on the McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10. Today, GE Aviation is celebrating five decades of revenue service for what has become GE’s most successful widebody commercial aircraft engine program with more than 8,500 CF6 engines delivered to date.
August 2, 2021
Zhukovsky, Russia – Following the first-time display at MAKS Air Show in Moscow and looking at the second engine delivery in support of the certification program, the Russian aircraft manufacturer Baikal-Engineering chose GE Aviation’s H80 engine with Electronic Engine and Propeller Control (EEPC) to power its brand-new single engine multi-purpose utility aircraft.
August 2, 2021
LYNN, Mass. – GE Aviation has selected Standard Aero and Mint Turbines as its preferred Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) and limited scope service providers respectively for restricted category and public use T700 engine operators in the United States.
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