Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of GE Aviation
GE Aviation designs, tests, manufactures, and supplies jet engines, components, and integrated systems, as well as avionics, electric power, and mechanical systems for the builders and operators of military, commercial, and civil aircraft. It offers aviation computing, controls and interface, crew interface, navigation and guidance, vehicle health and data management, and mission systems; landing gears, landing gear and engine actuation systems, electromechanical motion control subsystems, propeller systems, aero structures, and integrated propulsion systems; and electrical power starting/generating systems, power management and distribution solutions, power control and conversion products, ...
One Neumann Way
Mail Drop J-4
Cincinnati, OH 45215-6301
Founded in 1949
Key Executives for GE Aviation
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Executive Officer of GE Australia and New Zealand
President of Systems Division
Vice President and General Counsel of Legal Operations & Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
GE Aviation Key Developments
GE Aviation, CFM International Win $40 Billion Engines, Services Orders at Dubai Air Show
Nov 19 13
GE Aviation (GE) announced that it and CFM International has won commitments for engines and services worth $40 billion at the Dubai Air Show. The orders were made by airlines including Emirates Airlines, Deutsche Lufthansa, Ethiopian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines and Etihad Airways. The commitments translate into purchase orders that will grow GE Aviation's equipment and services backlog, which reached $114 billion at end of third quarter.
Etihad Airways Selects GE Aviation as Engine Partner for Boeing Fleet Order
Nov 17 13
Etihad Airways announced the purchase of 127 GE Aviation engines to power its 56 new Boeing aircraft. The order includes installed and spare engines, and future service support. The deal is for 57 GE9X engines which will power Etihad Airways' 25 new Boeing 777X aircraft, 68 GEnx-1B engines for the airline's 30 new Boeing 787-10 aircraft, and two GE90-115B engines which will be used on its new Boeing 777-200F freighter. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery from 2018. In addition to the main engine deal, Etihad Airways has signed a 15-year OnPoint solution agreement with GE, valued at $8 billion, to cover all the engines in the order. OnPoint solutions are customised service agreements tailored to the operational and financial needs of each customer for any size fleet. These agreements are designed to help lower airlines' cost of ownership and maximise the use of assets.
GE Aviation Receives $26 Billion in Jet Engine Orders and Services Agreements
Nov 17 13
GE Aviation received $26 billion (USD list price) in jet engine orders and services agreements for wide-body Boeing aircraft from three leading airlines in the Middle East. Collectively, Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Etihad Airways ordered 450 of the new GE9X engine now under development for the new Boeing 777X. GE also received orders for GEnx engines for the Boeing 787 and GE90 engines for the Boeing 777. Among the growing airlines, Emirates has committed to acquiring 300 GE9X engines for its new 777X fleet. The agreement for the GE9X engines is worth more than $11 billion (USD) list price.
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