Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of GE Aviation Systems LLC
GE Aviation Systems LLC engages in the manufacture, distribution, and service of jet engines, components, and integrated systems for commercial, military, and business and general aircraft, as well as aero-derivative gas turbines for marine applications worldwide. It offers engine maintenance services, avionics, electrical power systems, digital systems, structures, propellers, repair services, used parts, engineering and forecasting services, logistics and management services, military gas turbines, propulsion systems, exhaust energy recovery systems, DLE combustor systems, commercial gas turbines, and flight efficiency services. The company was formerly known as Smiths Aerospace, Inc. and ...
One Neumann Way
Cincinnati, OH 45215
Founded in 1987
Key Executives for GE Aviation Systems LLC
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Chief Executive Officer of GE Aviation Services and President of GE Aviation Services
Chief Executive Officer of Avio Aero
President of GE Aviation Greater China
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
GE Aviation Systems LLC Key Developments
GE Aviation Systems LLC Wins $1,123,405 Federal Contract
Apr 12 17
G.E. Aviation Systems LLC won a $1,123,405 federal contract from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Weapon Systems Support for electronic components.
GE’s Marine Solutions Offers Electric Start Systems for Marine Gas Turbines
Jan 11 17
GE’s Marine Solutions now offers electric start systems for its line of aeroderivative marine gas turbines. Along with lower life cycle costs and improved reliability, military and commercial marine customers will enjoy 60% less in acquisition costs with GE’s electric start system compared to a hydraulic start system. GE scaled the electric start system technology to match the requirements for its popular LM2500, LM2500+ and LM2500+G4 engines. The initial application of GE’s electric start system is on the LM500 gas turbines that power the Republic of Korea’s PKX-B patrol boats. GE’s LM6000PC and LM6000PG gas turbines also are available with an electric start system. Such a system includes an integrated clutch design included with the module. The electric start system requires only a single cooling interface on the module with the option for either fresh water or mineral oil cooling mediums. The system features the same functionality as other starters including: Engine start, Motoring/purge, Water wash, and Borescope. The electric start system for GE’s marine gas turbines is being designed to meet ABS Naval Vessel Rules certification for the United States Navy, specifically for shock, vibration and electromagnetic interference. For the Italian Navy PPA ship, GE is certifying to RINA Naval Rules.
Xiamen Airlines Selects GEnx Engine to Power its Boeing 787 Dreamliners
Nov 1 16
Xiamen Airlines signed an agreement with GE Aviation at Airshow China 2016 to select GEnx-1B engine to power its additional six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. Xiamen Airlines also expanded a TrueChoice TM Material agreement for the new GEnx-1B fleet for the new and used material and advance repairs needed for engine maintenance, repair and overhaul services. The engine order and TrueChoice Material agreement are valued at more than $630 million (USD) at list price and over the life of the contract. Delivery of these aircraft will begin by year-end.
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