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Women and engines, in aviation
The technical readiness and operability of military engines capable of reaching twice the speed of sound are specialists’ job and crucial at Air Force bases, as Sabrina tells us.
Nine years, nine engines, one great achievement
Certification of the GE9X, the record-breaking engine that took the contribution of every single Avio Aero site and hundreds of professionals to make, is a milestone marking the dawn of a new technological era.
A Special Engineering Recognition Day
The annual event that rewards the results of an entire year of work is a time to share several experiences which provide food for thought and a touch of inspiration too.
Maestro ready for take-off
The European research project for small air transport has contributed new technologies that will soon fly with the GE’s Catalyst, whilst looking ahead at driving an even more sustainable future.
Together for Europe
The collaboration’s network connecting enterprises, R&D centers and universities expands and welcomes other top European institutions as it prepares for Clean Aviation's vital mission.
Borgaretto goes 3D
Industrial processes existing since almost a century, restructured and renewed thanks to technology that improves results and sustainability: just like the 3D-printed sand cores.
Donatella Ricci, astrophysicist and pilot, tells her story of a life in the clouds and a personal flight record that put her among the women of aviation and kicked-off her illustrious career.
How does it fly?!
The weekend of the Technology Festival was a real success, with more than 1000 children, students and adults visiting and taking part in the Avio Aero workshops dedicated to the world of flying.
She paved the (run)way
An inspiring conversation throughout reflections and exclusive comments by Fiorenza De Bernardi, 91 years of Italian aviation history and more than 7000 flight hours.
Propulsion back to life
At the Museo Storico dell’Aeronautica, the ceremony for the restoration of the rarest and most innovative historic engines ever built, part of the Italian Air Force history and of our heritage.
More than a STEM game
In Rome, young female Computer Science talents gathered to participate in a hackathon organized and led by Avio Aero digital experts of together with CTNA.
The electrifying evolution of IRON
One of the most important decarbonization projects destined to change the future of the aeronautics industry is advancing through a new configuration featuring hybrid propulsion.
No Toys for Old Men
Pure love for aviation can be expressed by working on aero engines, becoming a private aircraft pilot and even throughout model aircraft, something very serious and incredibly close to reality.
MAESTRO's lesson goes on
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.
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 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.
Thinkers, innovators, pioneers
After 10 years since its birth, how the first Avio Aero laboratory at the Politecnico di Torino for future aero engine transformed itself, thanks to digital and additive.
An Italian Story
110 years of Avio Aero as seen from inside the Air Force aeronautical Museum going through a special journey of extraordinary stories, twisted with the aviation industry and much more.
It is not only a whole aero engine is tested, Aviation Industry demands that each and every single component passes the toughest tests to be allowed to fly.
Fast and furious
Not just a helicopter, not even an airplane, the RACER is the fastest in its category, capable of vertical take-off and landing, thanks to the latest technology and tremendous partnerships.
How Europe flies
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.
Capture and analyse the sounds coming from inside an aircraft engine thanks to refined sensors and advanced prognostics systems to make the future of flight even safer and more reliable.
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.
Once upon a time in a server
A new technology is facilitating digital transformation in businesses and, despite sophisticated terms, it is much closer to our everyday lives than it seems.
The Sangone Test Center, inside Mirafiori automotive kingdom, inaugurated two new test cells for engine modules powering A400M and Cessna Denali.
The future uncovered
One of the most ambitious and impressive research program for a green aero engine becomes reality with engine’s ground test running.
Imagining the gearbox of the future
The mechanical transmission for a revolutionary rotorcraft is our Engineers’ mission in relation to the most ambitious research project.
European propulsion on the horizon
Two aircraft of the future and their innovative engine architectures described by members of the European network of technological collaboration which is already conceiving them.
Natural Born Gearboxes
Inside one of Tuscany’s most amazing natural park, a partnered lab with University of Pisa sets the foundations for ecofriendly power gearboxes.
Laser machines in the University
The new additive laboratory created by Avio Aero and Polytechnic of Turin to optimize and develop the industrial technology of the future.
Helicopters in Bovisa
Four days at the Polytechnic of Milan, among top experts and major players in the global helicopter sector, to talk about innovation and testing.
Discover an important research project introducing a small but great combustor, with a European heart.
Ideas for a new look
Avio Aero and the Polytechnic of Turin undertake a joint restyling project, but this time dealing with future designers and architect.
The future met in Turin
Avio Aero played host to the Large Passenger Aircraft Annual Review Meeting, in order to share and monitor the development of technology for the aircraft that will be flying in coming decades.