GE Aviation announces more jobs, investment in Lafayette
LAFAYETTE, IN – January 29, 2015 – GE Aviation, a global leader in jet engine and aircraft system production, today announced plans for additional investment at the site of its new engine assembly fac
GE LM2500 Gas Turbine-Powered National Security Cutter Hamilton Commissioned by United States Coast Guard
EVENDALE, Ohio – GE Marine reports that National Security Cutter Hamilton (WMSL 753) was commissioned by the United States Coast Guard on December 6, 2014, at its home port of Charleston, South Carolina. The vessel is powered by one GE LM2500 gas turbine and two diesel engines in a Combined Diesel And Gas turbine (CODAG) propulsion system.
GE's Aviation Inspection Technologies Challenge
GE Aviation is committed to the evolution of inspection technologies. Currently, one of the most critical challenges in what is the fastest-growing installed base of jet engines in commercial aviation is to ensure that the methods used to inspect key components are as advanced as the new technologies themselves.
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Boeing selects GE Aviation for Electrical Power System on 777X
The Boeing Company has selected GE Aviation to provide the Electrical Load Management System (ELMS), the Backup Generator and the Backup Converter for the Boeing 777X aircraft.
How Many American Homes Can Boeing’s New Wide Body Jet Power?
There are many luxuries that separate first class fliers from their fellow travelers going coach in the back of the plane, but in-flight entertainment isn’t one of them. The personal multiple-choice video screen standard on most long-haul flights has democratized the passenger deck and allowed anyone to binge on Big Bang Theory, European art house flicks, and video games. The same is true for Wi-Fi and personal power outlets.
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GE Innovation Challenge: Alternate Manufacturing of Aviation Castings
GE Aviation is committed to the evolution of technologies and manufacturing processes. New technologies are making the future of air travel possible. Advancing manufacturing techniques throughout the aviation industry at an equal rate is a key factor to making these technologies successful.
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