Splitting up General Electric from four business units into three individual public companies will allow each of them to focus on their own, while aviation becomes the core business of the new GE. GE Aviation already was the biggest cash generator within the company,...
David Joyce and his executive team from GE Aviation briefing at 2016 Farnborough Air Show follows. GE and CFM International received orders for new engines of $25 billion at the show. Those deals include 393 LEAP engines from CFM, an agreement with COMAC for 180...
The Times of India reported last week in this story, that the FAA had grounded all Boeing 787 aircraft equipped with GEnx engines. This is not the case, and there were no Airworthiness Directives issued by the FAA nor any other regulatory actions in that regard. Most...
The GEnx engine deployed on the Boeing 787 and 747-8i was designed as a “green” engine, with advanced technology to reduce emissions and noise. GE has made a significant investment in green technology, and to their credit, emissions and efficiency on the...
Almost lost amidst the acrimony and controversy over a delay in the delivery of the first 747-8F to Cargolux, which finally occurred yesterday, is the fact that the first of the new generation GEnx engines has entered service. The GEnx-2B engines power the 747-8, and...
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