GE Aerospace unveiled the Hypersonic dual-mode ramjet with rotating detonation combustion, designed to power vehicles that travel at speeds exceeding MACH 5, or more than 4,000 MPH.
GE Aviation announced its GE9X engine, world’s largest jet engine, has been certified by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authorities, a key milestone in its journey
Boeing equipped the 777X, world’s largest twin-engine jet, with the world’s largest jet engine from GE.
GE’s Affinity is a new class of supersonic engines purpose-built for business jets.
GE Aviation started testing the world’s largest jet engine, the GE9X engine at GE Aviation’s Peebles (Ohio) Test Operation. Take a look at the video…
GE Aviation’s engineers 3D-printed a working version of a jet engine. Watch the video…
GE’s Advanced Rail Cleaner (ARC) software-guided supersonic air blower, cleans the rails from snow.
This is the first 3D printed part approved from FAA, to fly in a commercial jet engine from GE.