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Training and Workforce

Global Aerospace Adds FlightSafety, GE to SM4 Program

Partnership allows policyholders to receive data-driven, scenario-based flight training
FlightSafety International G550 simulator training

GE Now Counts 10 Engines Tested on 100% SAF

Engines power a range of commercial, military, and business aviation aircraft
GE Passport engine being tested on 100 percent SAF

GE Receives Grant To Develop Hybrid Fuel Cell Engine

Combining fuel cells and SAF could accelerate decarbonization efforts
GE engineers preparing fuel cell for testing

The value of GE Aerospace’s OEM engine maintenance program - OnPoint

Engine maintenance programs are essential when considering the maintenance costs and residual value of your aircraft.
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GE Aerospace To Collaborate with Canada Research Council

GE and the National Research Council of Canada are collaborating on R&D for next-generation aerospace technologies, materials, and manufacturing processes.
NRC researcher

GE, Clemson University Win $10M Ceramics Research Grant

GE Aerospace and Clemson University received a $10 million USAF grant to continue research on advanced ceramic-matrix materials.
GE Aerospace continues advanced materials research with Clemson University

Accelerated Support Needed to Meet Net-Zero 2050

Meeting decarbonization goals ranks as today's top industry challenge, according to a GE Aerospace survey.
Chart from GE Aerospace survey

Supercomputer Helps GE Aerospace Evaluate Open-fan Engine

GE Aviation is using the Frontier supercomputer to evaluate fluid dynamics of open-fan engines.
CFM Revolutionary Innovation for Sustainable Engines (Rise) program

GE Aerospace’s Roadmap for the Future of Flight

GE Aerospace is developing technologies to reduce CO2 emissions for a more sustainable future of flight
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GE's Hybrid-electric Investments Promise Big Payoff

A seventh test cell at GE Aerospace’s EPISCenter in Dayton, Ohio, marks another phase in the company’s commitment to hybrid-electric propulsion technology.
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