GE Aviation in the News
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GE Aviation at the Paris Air Show
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Building the GE Aviation display
GE Aviation is getting ready for the 2017 Paris Air Show.!
GE Aviation at the center of aviation re-fleeting
GE Aviation is the first in jet propulsion to introduce complex components produced with additive manufacturing. Read more!
A quiet ascent: New LEAP engines are giving a lift to the aviation industry
CFM’s new LEAP engines, which include 3D-printed fuel nozzles and parts from space-age ceramic composites, represent the bulk a 14,500-engine backlog. The company has received more than 12,500 orders for the engines, which are 15 percent more fuel efficient than their CFM predecessors as a result of their revolutionary design. Read the entire story, via GE Reports.
Getting Ready for the Show
Join GE Aviation for a behind-the-scenes look at the 2017 Paris Air Show!
David Joyce speaks with Bloomberg
David Joyce, vice chairman at General Electric and president and chief executive officer at GE Aviation, discusses the promotion of John Flannery to CEO, their new LEAP engines, the supply chain and the opportunities in defense. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open" from the Paris Air Show. Click here to watch the interview.
How GE is Transforming Customers through Digital Solutions
Jon Dunsdon, GE Aviation’s Chief Technology Officer, describes the digital transformation within GE, focusing on how we are enhancing the customer experience by having a better understanding of data and analytics.
Take a 360° tour of the GE Aviation display at the Paris Air Show!
Take a trip to tour the GE Aviation display at the Paris Show: get up close with the GEnx and experience content featured in the display!
The future of Military Systems
"The end users of our products have a unique job. They are serving in their country’s military to protect its citizens. As the number of threats in the world increase, pilots need to fly farther while carrying more cargo and using less fuel. The engines they use need to be reliable and easy to maintain." Read more from Tony Mathis, President and CEO of Military Systems at GE Aviation, about the future of Military Systems from the 2017 Paris Air Show.
Ready, SETT, Go on GE9X
Certification testing is underway on GE Aviation’s latest engine in development—the GE9X that will power Boeing’s 777X aircraft. Read more about the latest on the GE9X program from Ted Ingling, GE9X Program Manager at GE Aviation.
GE Aviation puts Additive to work
GE is the first in jet propulsion to introduce complex components produced with additive manufacturing
PASSUR and GE partner to advance airline and airport operations
PASSUR Aerospace is partnering with GE Aviation Digital Solutions to leverage GE's domain expertise in software development, design thinking and FastWorks. The work will take place in GE's digital collaboration center in Austin, Texas. Read more here!
China Eastern selects GEnx engine to power its Boeing Airplanes 787 Dreamliners
“China Eastern has the biggest GE and CFM fleet in China and they are the backbone in our daily operations,” said Tang Bing, Director and Vice President of China Eastern. “We believe the performance and efficiency of the GEnx-powered Boeing 787 Dreamliners will bring many benefits to our growing fleet, which will be well supported by GE’s service program and the China team.” Learn more here!