GE Aviation will grow its engine components footprint in Singapore after announcing plans to establish a new center to manufacture parts for the GE9X engine powering the Boeing 777X. Announced at the Singapore Air Show on Feb. 5, the new 50,000 square foot facility located at the city-state’s Seletar Aerospace Park will specialize in high pressure compressor vanes for the widebody engine, which to date has amassed nearly 700 orders. In the Asia-Pacific region, Aviation ...

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