The big engine OEMs GE Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney have been making good progress on solving some of the supply chain issues, but they will remain for months to come. In fact, it will take until the end of this year until the production of structural castings...
It’s just the first of many tests, but Rolls-Royce has successfully completed testing direct-burn of hydrogen in a modified aircraft engine. A number of tests were done in early November as part of a joint program with easyJet. Rolls-Royce completes first test with...
Engine makers Pratt & Whitney and General Electric continue to suffer from supply chain and labor issues. Although there seem to be some stabilization and engine deliveries were higher in Q3 than in previous quarters, both OEMs are confronted with the same issues...
General Electric announced its 3Q22 earnings at $0.35 and missed consensus by $0.14. The company is a complex conglomerate with revenues spread among healthcare, renewal, power, and aviation. The split comes with three segments, GE Healthcare, GE Vernova (energy...
General Electric (GE Aerospace) has reached an important technical milestone with the hybrid-electric power system that is part of its zero emissions roadmap. It successfully ran tests at NASA’s Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT) in Sandusky (Ohio) with a 1 MW,...
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