Avio Aero's new products and technologies, 100 years of GE Aviation and many other surprises just few days before the 53rd Paris International Air Show grand opening.
Avio Aero Polska holds extraordinary stories of women able to break down any stereotype, right on the shop floor as well as in the more traditional manufacturing roles.
One of Avio Aero's Supplier Quality Engineer, once his day between the office and shop floor comes to an end, takes on the official role of National Basketball Referee.
Collaboration with universities that fosters and encourages talent as well as innovative technologies is part of both the GE and Avio Aero DNA, as it is witnessed by this story of mutual discovery.
Avio Aero's People with Disability Network kicks off, hosting a special guest who’s full of energy and a role model of very successful disabled entrepreneur and globetrotter.
Founded in 2008, on line since 2015, about digital magazine shares Avio Aero’s people stories of technological innovation and passion for driving excellence in the aviation industry.
After the Clean Sky 2 conference, attention lands on one of the most advanced and ambitious projects that shortly will take some results to flight and that promises new developments.
The Clean Sky2 conference looks at the upcoming challenges, at aeronautical innovations which enable sustainable development and a future with lower environmental impact.
It is not just a coincidence that the professional DNA of some aircraft engines’ service specialists is enhanced with operational expertise in the field of motorcycling.
The launch event of the association devoted to promoting STEM disciplines-based university courses and careers took place in Turin, chaired by the Avio Aero HR Director.
The brand-new turboprop engine is making its debut in business and general aviation, but a military version of this revolutionary engine technology is much more than just an idea.
In Avio Aero's laboratories, even electromagnetic tests are carried out to ensure and certify that no external field can alter the engine's performance.
A special interview with Michael Gill, Executive Director of the Air Transport Action Group, the worldwide association that strives for a sustainable future for aviation.
A team of European brains is accompanying GE's new turboprop engine towards its first flight, through a myriad of testing sensors and cables, advanced test rooms and a digital twin.
The next generation of additive machines are already installed at the factory of the future in Cameri, to 3D print turbine blades for the new GE9X engine and to continue expansion.