A new form of Engineering-Manufacturing collaboration takes an attractive shape thanks to the design for additive, right where the second Avio Aero additive facility is going to open soon.
R&D projects for both the future aircraft and the engines seen up-close by who’s leading them, as well as by who’s working on design and cutting-edge technologies.
Meet the generation of aviation design engineers who are thinking differently thanks to a disruptive technology and an amazing attitude.
A story of industrial transformation, legendary vehicles and brilliant engineers, handed down to present times by the designers and producers of pure ‘Made in Italy’ airplanes, even unmanned ones.
What World Cup? What Wimbledon? Aviation’s Own Grand Slam Event Is Starting On Monday In Farnborough, England.
Just two years after the start of operation, one thousand engines have already been assembled for the program that is breaking all records and testing the mettle of the production teams in Italy and Poland.
Investigations carried out by specialized engineers and technicians, who seek for the reasons of failures and damages happened to aircraft engines, are almost as infallible as a black-box.
Maintenance and repair techniques based on additive technologies are ready for the airlines inside Avio Aero repair stations, after the development and certifications phases inside Avio Aero labs.
A shining model of intercontinental cooperation based on advanced engineering is taking shape on one of the most anticipated engines.
The EJ200 program achieves a distinguished milestone with a special delivery for the Italian Air Force.
In the places where the most imposing military vessels are built, including the first PPA, equipped with the most powerful of gas turbines.
Avio Aero takes up the challenge by discussing the future of unmanned aircraft and by hosting the Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference at its headquarters.
Have a look inside the Leonardo Elicotteri plant, discovering one of the most long-running and high-tech collaborations for Avio Aero.
Among the 3D printed components that make this engine unique, one of them, or actually three, integrate high tech and thermal capabilities into a very small space.
Three core components of the brand-new CFM engine will be revised and repaired at Avio Aero's service shops.
The development of the most promising new generation turboprop engine, making extensive use of additive manufacturing, is conceived in Europe and is already hunting for records.
A week after the end of the aviation industry's most important event, impressive figures to which GE contributed with its orders and commitments.
The helicopter of the future, built by Airbus Helicopters for the Clean Sky 2 program and including our latest-generation technologies, was finally unveiled at Paris Air Show.
First day of the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget with impressive results for GE Aviation on the wing of enthusiasm.
Our engineers and technicians have developed a service process with major operational benefits for airlines, all thanks to the thermal spray.
Seven thousand tons sailing at up to 27 knots, thanks to the turbines Avio Aero installs on the FREMM vessels.
Celebrated, at Torino Caselle airport, the five hundredth Typhoon and the thousandth EJ200 delivered to the Italian Air Force.
The Italian Navy has received the first MH-90 helicopter in tactical transport version for its 5th Helicopter Group.
The modules for the second engine to test in the GE9X program have been delivered, and work is pressing ahead on the next modules for dispatch to the USA.
Our Brindisi Service team supports the helicopter engines of several Italian armed forces, including the Police Force in Abruzzo.
Our customer EPI has congratulated us on the improvements made to our gearboxes and asked us to keep up the good work.
An unprecedented commitment for the company’s facilities in Europe for the launch of their latest programme to support CFM engines for medium-range aircrafts.
The challenge posed by the largest power transmission ever created in the western world.