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GE Aviation is a subsidiary of General Electric. The company builds aircraft engines for commercial jets, including the GE9X, the giant engine that powers the Boeing 777X. (Featured Image: Tom Boon - Simple Flying)

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Business Type:
Engine Maker
Date Founded:
January 1, 1917
John S. Slattery
Headquarters Location:
Evendale, United States
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GE Aerospace Wins At Paris Air Show With Republic Airways And Garuda Indonesia

GE Aerospace reported a very successful third day at the Paris Air Show, striking deals with Riyadh Air, Republic Airways and Garuda Indonesia.

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CFM International Starts News Flowing From The Paris Air Show

With the Paris Air Show taking off tomorrow, engine maker CFM International has already started releasing news.

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Chinese National Sentenced Over GE Aviation Composite Technology Espionage

Two decades in federal prison after running a five-year espionage operation against Western aviation companies.

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How Much Do Jet Engines Cost?

A jet engine can cost between $50,000 and $50 million depending on the size and power capability.

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The World's Most Powerful Aircraft Engines

Aircraft engines have gotten bigger and better over the years.

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GKN Aerospace To Collaborate With GE Aviation On The CFM RISE Technology Demonstration Program

GKN Aerospace’s involvement in this important program reinforces the company’s commitment to sustainability.

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How Does General Electric Test Its Engines?

GE has the right resources for safe testing.

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