MAX Headwind Not Enough To Run Down GE Aviation

Boeing 737 MAX 8
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General Electric (GE) Aviation reported a “strong performance” in 2019 and remains a bright spot for its parent corporation, GE managers trumpeted Jan. 29, despite $1.4 billion worth of “headwinds” from the Boeing 737 MAX’s grounding and production halt. For the year, GE Aviation recorded total...
Michael Bruno

Based in Washington, Michael Bruno is Aviation Week Network’s Executive Editor for Business. He oversees coverage of aviation, aerospace and defense businesses, supply chains and related issues.

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