THE AVIO AERO
Piedmont’s universities and industry present the history of aeronautics from its origins to the present day in an exhibition in Turin paying tribute to the Italian Air Force 100 years.
The Avio Aero professionals who deal with electrical and electronic products for avionics or naval applications talk about their work, the innovation that sets it apart, and future challenges.
The GE Aerospace and Avio Aero engineers return from One Young World Forum eager to share what they’ve learned during the massive event.
Music can have a lot to do with science and tech, like in the case of our lab expert from Prague and his passion inspiring both his daily technical work and artistic skills.
A conversation with Air-Tec's CEO about how operators flying in areas of the planet with extreme environmental conditions rely on the performance of H-Series engines.
An important ceremony and the return of an industry event drew key industry players to the subalpine capital to look to the future and discuss the present themes.
The winners of the Clean Aviation’s High 5 Awards, with their high-profile careers and individual vocations, today, are providing expertise, insights and examples for the aviation transformation.
Digital technology and artificial intelligence experts from Avio Aero talk about their professional experience with the innovation that is redefining technical solutions of the future.
The fascinating union of passion, inclusion and territoriality through a social innovation project conceived during the pandemic and based on the experience of one of our colleagues.
In a month dedicated to the cancer prevention, a special event was starring the Italian volleyball champion who beat the disease to win the most important match of her life.
In 2023, Avio Aero again participated in 4 Week 4 Inclusion, focusing on projects for the inclusion of people with disabilities and education-related issues.
The solid strategic partnership between the UK, Italy and Japan meets at DSEI in London to show progress on GCAP, the next-generation system to protect the skies in the coming decades.
The first European aircraft engine designed and built in the Czech Republic took flight a hundred years ago, precisely in Prague where nowadays the future of turboprop engines comes to life.
Exactly a decade ago, Avio Aero became part of GE Aerospace which has contributed to the more than 110-year history of a company that today is committed to innovating European aviation.
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