General Electric

By Tony Osborne
The Italian Army has declared the new AW249 Fenice attack helicopter a pillar of its transformation, following its public debut at the Eurosatory defense show.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

Readers write about Boeing and GE leadership, addressing pilot shortages in the U.S. military and the Comac C919’s competitive prospects.
Aviation Week & Space Technology

By Tony Osborne
Turkish Aerospace Industries has revealed it is advancing development of a second prototype of the Kaan indigenous combat aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
GE Aerospace already is refocusing on developing a similar engine for the Next Generation Adaptive Propulsion program.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Christian Albertson
Aviation Week projects that Rolls-Royce, CFM International and General Electric platforms will dominate engine MRO demand in the region.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Jouppi
Lockheed’s road map to victory provides clues for the sixth-generation combat aircraft program.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Thierry Dubois
Despite a comfortable backlog, the country’s industry continues to grapple with financial woes and recovering know-how.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Daniel Williams
In preparation for Aero-Engines Asia-Pacific, this week’s Flight Friday looks at the utilization of the top five engine manufacturers with Asia-Pacific carriers
Air Transport

By James Pozzi
A look at where new commercial aftermarket engine capabilities are being added around the world.
Supply Chain

By Joe Anselmo, Guy Norris
In a wide-ranging interview, Culp talks about the new company’s future and says he has no interest in taking his turnaround skills to Boeing.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Brian Everstine
After years of scattered attempts to keep pilots in service failed to change the trend, the Air Force is renewing outreach to its aircrews.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Graham Warwick
High-speed testbeds make progress; validating a digital twin; non-CO2 emissions road map; power-beamed UAV; SAF via bacteria.
Emerging Technologies

By Guy Norris
Demonstrator test program targets development of safety culture and expertise in advance of Boom’s Overture airliner effort.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
A final fiscal 2024 budget proposal ignores pleas from GE Aerospace to extend development of adaptive turbofan engines for two variants of the F-35C.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
A new kind of hypersonic vehicle could infiltrate an enemy’s most defended area, strike a target and then return to base to fight another day.
Missile Defense & Weapons

By Michael Bruno
General Electric is dead—long live GE Aerospace. Behold the newest pure-play aerospace and defense giant.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Chen Chuanren
Korean Air has started construction of a new aircraft engine maintenance cluster in Unbuk, near Incheon International Airport.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
Reevaluating procurement strategies is just one strategy to manage specialized equipment.
Supply Chain

By Tony Osborne
Leonardo Helicopters is completing the final assembly of its Next-Generation Civil Tiltrotor Demonstrator ahead of an expected first flight in the coming weeks.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
While aerospace investment is traditionally a long game, many companies continue to see their performance and outlook judged largely in the short term.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Thierry Dubois
The two partners in the CFM International joint venture, GE and Safran Aircraft Engines, are studying how to evenly share revenues in a future engine.
Emerging Technologies

By Guy Norris
The startup details the Quarterhorse flight-test plan as concept design work accelerates for the follow-on Darkhorse hypersonic cruiser.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
The agency and airframer are overcoming atmospheric and technical challenges to see how sustainable aviation fuel affects emissions and contrails.
Emerging Technologies

By Alex Derber
Government insurance policy will allow low-cost carrier to finance engine maintenance by GE-Celma.
MRO

By Steve Trimble
General Electric has released new details of a plan to achieve reusable, air-breathing propulsion at hypersonic speeds by 2025.
Aircraft & Propulsion