GE Aerospace investment supports hybrid electric engine development
GE Aerospace plans to invest up to $20 million to add a new test cell and equipment at its Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center (EPISCenter) in Ohio, U.S., to meet increased demand for hybrid electric aircraft engine component testing in coming years.
Proaction: MTU’s lessons from a reactionary world
In the depths of the Second World War, teams of American soldiers with unique sets of skills and specialties were sent behind enemy lines around the world to gather information and solve troublesome situations for the Allies in the war theater. Their commands came from the predecessor of today’s Central ...
GE Aerospace experts help explain the state of SAF
In this Q&A with two of GE Aerospace’s Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) experts, learn more about how the engine maker is helping advance the adoption of the alternative fuel in the industry, as well as the importance of 100% SAF testing and increasing SAF production.
Welcome to the third way of buying a business jet
Everyone looking to buy a business jet has a choice: order a factory-fresh example, or scour the market for a pre-owned aircraft. However, Bombardier’s new Certified Pre-Owned aircraft programme offers a third option – with the advantages and peace of mind that come with purchasing a Global or Challenger business jet from the production line, and the lower price and immediate availability of a pre-owned aircraft
Making the right connections
The connected lingo is everywhere! From a connected home ecosystem – where lights, temperature and alarm systems are controlled from your phone to a connected health ecosystem – where your weight, meals and workout results are all analyzed using a single application.
GE Aerospace’s history of 100% SAF testing
All GE Aerospace engines can operate on approved Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) blends today. GE Aerospace also supports industry initiatives to qualify and adopt 100% SAF through its own testing and through industry collaborations.
GE Aerospace supports another first for 100% SAF
In another milestone for 100% SAF development, Emirates has operated the first demonstration flight in the Middle East using the still experimental jet fuel in one of two GE90 engines powering a Boeing 777. The flight supports efforts to reduce lifecycle CO2 emissions as Emirates and GE Aerospace explain here.
GE Aerospace, Boeing, NASA collaborate to advance flight
Achieving the aviation industry’s goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050 is an ambitious, challenging target. Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and hybrid electric propulsion are two major areas GE Aerospace is committed to driving forward as it collaborates with other key players in the industry.
Pandemic past, but pilots still downbeat on pay, prospects and future of profession
Survey by Goose Recruitment and FlightGlobal finds discontentment widespread among flightcrew, despite growing skills shortage – more than half have not had salary increase in five years.
Bristow: 75 years of trust and harnessing tomorrow’s technologies
From saving lives to ferrying workers safely to and from some of the most challenging work environments, Bristow is trusted by governments and energy giants around the world to provide mission-critical services. Now the rotorcraft specialist is intent on combining more than seven decades of expertise with some of aviation’s ...
Helping airlines stay on schedule this holiday season
Collins Aerospace provides the power to comprehensively predict, analyze and optimize air travel
Pratt & Whitney is geared for sustainable flight
Pratt & Whitney, a world leader in aircraft propulsion technology, is supporting its customers to achieve net zero CO2 emissions by 2050. While this ambitious goal was recently adopted at the ICAO General Assembly, we are under no illusion as to the scale of the challenge. Our approach to powering ...
GE Aerospace’s advanced materials for improved engine efficiency
As one of the world’s largest suppliers of aircraft engines, systems and services, GE Aerospace continues to be an industry leader in developing technologies to reduce CO2 emissions from flight.
Bombardier’s breakneck year of service network investment
When the doors formally opened at Bombardier’s impressive service centre at London’s Biggin Hill airport on 30 November it capped a remarkable 12 months for the Canadian manufacturer as it continues to invest in its industry-leading customer support network. The strategy is clear – to grow aftermarket revenues to $2 ...
GE Aerospace’s ‘Smart Grids’ Make Flying More Efficient
New technologies, from advanced propellers and flight management systems to software focused on optimizing routes to reduce fuel use, are changing the way we fly. Perhaps the biggest change of all is about to hit the skies as electric and hybrid electric flight become everyday realities for commercial, private, and ...