GE Aviation H75 and H85 Turboprop Engines Receive EASA Engine Certifications

19. 11. 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. Last week, the China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co., Ltd. (CAIGA) selected GE Aviation’s new H85 turboprop engine to power CAIGA’s PrimusMore »

CAIGA Selects GE’s H85 Turboprop Engine on Primus 150

13. 11. 2012 | The China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co., Ltd. (CAIGA) selected GE Aviation’s new H85 turboprop engine to power CAIGA’s Primus 150 aircraft, which will a five-seat business aircraft. This is the first application for the H85 turboprop engine, which is awaiting certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). CAIGA andMore »

OnPoint Solutions Agreements Expand to H80 Turboprop Customers

1. 11. 2012 | GE Aviation announced its long-term service agreements, called OnPointSM solutions agreements, will be offered to H80 turboprop customers. “GE’s OnPoint solutions agreements provide multiple benefits to our CF34-3 customers,” said Brad Mottier, vice president and general manager of GE Aviation’s Business & General Aviation organization. “It is a logical step toMore »

GE Aviation Names TAE as the M601 and H80 Designated Repair Center in Asia-Pacific

1. 11. 2012 | Australian-based TAE signed an agreement with GE Aviation to become the M601 and H80 Designated Repair Center for the Asia-Pacific region. Under this agreement, TAE will offer heavy repair services, engines rentals, line replacement unit rotable pools and field service support to all existing and future M601 and H80 engines inMore »