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the engine that powers and aircraft

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The agreement covers 22 castings for various aircraft engine programs and for LM2500 and LM6000 gas turbine engines.
Future aircraft engines are slowly moving from conventional turbofans to innovative turbo fan systems, like geared turbofan and open rotor, states the analyst of this research.
According to a company spokesman, GE Aircraft Engines is offering early retirement and voluntary severance packages in an effort to reduce the number of lost jobs.
The team at Mojave tests General Electric's aircraft engines for certification by the Federal Aviation Administration.
He will bring high energy, customer focus and dynamic leadership to Aircraft Engines.
Derived from the highly successful CF6[R]-80C2 aircraft engine, it is widely used for power generation, oil & gas and industrial applications along with being suitable for a variety of marine applications.
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, GE Aircraft Engines is a world leader in the design, production, and support of jet engines for commercial, military, and marine and industrial applications.
which makes many aircraft engines and missile components: $1.
We are gratified that almost 5,000 GE and CFM engines were ordered during the peak in the aircraft order cycle of the past four years," said James McNerney, president of GE Aircraft Engines.
GE Aircraft Engines is a world leader in the design, production and support of jet engines for commercial, military and marine and industrial applications.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Volvo Aero (NASDAQ:VOLV) (STO:VOLVA) (STO:VOLVB) (BSE:VLV) has initiated codetermination negotiations with the trade unions relating to the closure Volvo Aero Engine Services in Bromma, which conducts overhaul of large aircraft engines.
ILFC is a long-time GE customer," said Gil Eckler, sales director for GE Aircraft Engines.
a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Electric Company based in Evendale, Ohio, is a provider of overhaul and repair of aircraft engines, components, and accessories, with facilities in the United States, Wales, Brazil, and Singapore.
These leasing activities are integrated with the purchase and resale of used and refurbished commercial aircraft engines.
The selection of our engines by a valued customer with whom we have enjoyed such a long relationship is especially meaningful to us, for it reaffirms Philippine Airlines' confidence in our company and our engines," said Chuck Chadwell, vice president and general manager of Commercial Engines for GE Aircraft Engines.
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