12.06.2015 08:40

World’s Most Dangerous Airport Becomes a Toehold for Aid after Nepal Earthquakes

Lukla’s Tenzing-Hillary Airport has been called the world’s most dangerous landing strip. It’s now also one of Nepal’s busiest. Trekkers often refer to Lukla (elev. 9,334 ft.) the “gateway to Mt. Everest.” But the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that devastated

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12.05.2015 09:16

Engines from GE Aviation Czech have the right sound worldwide

GE Aviation Czech is an aircraft engines manufacturer based in Prague - Letòany. Its activities include sale, service, manufacturing and development of new engines. The company provides jobs to more than 400 employees and it is the ...

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18.02.2015 17:06

We are strenghtening cooperation with Czech Technical University

We are strenghtening cooperation with Czech Technical University

By signing a memorandum, we have just expressed the intention of joining efforts in order to create better educated engineers for the future. The engineers who enter the job market with an additional global company experience in addition to their degree.

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05.11.2013 17:58

Nextant Selects GE’s H80 Engine to Power Its G90XT Aircraft

LAS VEGAS, NV – October 21, 2013 – Nextant Aerospace has selected GE’s improved H80 engine to power its first G90XT turboprop aircraft, built upon enhancing and remanufacturing the King Air C90 aircraft. In addition to the G90XT, Nextant and GE signed a collaborative agreement to work on future product studies in which GE will be the preferred engine supplier.

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05.11.2013 17:54

Unison Designs New H-Series Electronic Engine Control

LAS VEGAS, NV – OCTOBER 21, 2013 — GE selected Unison Industries to design and manufacture the first-in-class integrated Electronic Engine Control (EEC) on the H-Series family of turboprops engines. The design will be certified for use on all current and future H-Series family platforms.

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20.05.2013 15:44

AIR-TEC Plans H75-powered L410 Engine Upgrade Program

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND –– GE Aviation and AIR-TEC signed an agreement to develop an engine upgrade program for the L 410 aircraft. Under the program, AIR-TEC will replace the current M601 engine that powers the L 410 with GE’s new H75 engine.

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20.11.2012 15:53

H75 and H85 Turboprop Engines Receive EASA Engine Certifications

EVENDALE, OH – November 19, 2012 – GE Aviation’s new H75 and H85 turboprop engines received engine type certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The two new engines are derivatives of the H80 engine.

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31.10.2012 14:32

Jim Stoker Named President and Managing Executive of GE Aviation Czech

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Jim Stoker is the new president and managing executive of GE Aviation Czech. In this role, Stoker is responsible for the general oversight of the Czech business, including the design, manufacturing, marketing and support of turboprops for business and general aviation.

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31.10.2012 14:28

OnPoint Solutions Agreements Expand to H80 Turboprop Customers

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – GE Aviation announced its long-term service agreements, called OnPointSM solutions agreements, will be offered to H80 turboprop customers.

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