GE Services CEO Ramping Up For 45,000 Engines
By Lee Ann Tegtmeier
Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology
Career: Joined GE Capital Aviation Services in Ireland in 1992 and was promoted to executive VP and general counsel in 1998. He switched to GE Aviation in 2004 as VP legal, and added responsibility for business development in 2010.
GE Aviation's facilities in Singapore provide new automated repairs, including laser-welding for CFM56 and CF6 blades, which has increased quality and cut turn times. To see exclusive photos of engine blades and vanes being repaired there, check out the digital MRO edition on leading tablets and smartphones, or go AviationWeek.com/mro