GE Africa (Lagos)
High-Tech Jobs on the Ground Keep Egypt's Economy Flying
GE technology powers 60% of EgyptAir's 80-aircraft fleet. For the technical and engineering knowledge required to maintain, repair and overhaul (MRO) aircraft engines, EgyptAir also works with GE to expand its MRO capabilities and business, which contributes to the country's economic development by creating high-tech job opportunities for Egyptians. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Africa, 15 July 2016
Many different advanced skills are required to run an airline. While pilots get most of the attention, the technical and engineering knowledge required to maintain, repair and… Read more »
EgyptAir works with GE to expand its maintain, repair and overhaul (MRO) capabilities to handle the CFM56-7B engine line, contributing to the country’s economic development by creating high-tech job opportunities for Egyptians. GE is working with EgyptAir– the only full-service MRO provider in Egypt – through a TrueChoice™ Materials agreement.
GE Africa, 23 June 2016
What do engine operators want from an overhaul provider? A team from Marketing, Sales, Mature Fleet and Customer Technical Programs joined forces to hear straight from African… Read more »
For GE, the holy month of Ramadan offers a special opportunity to support the growing Egyptian economy and the ongoing improvement to the quality of life for people across the ... Read more »
Emory University Egyptologist Peter Lacovara had a hunch. He felt Ankhefenmut's mummy from the 21st Dynasty (1069-945 B.C.) found in Bab el-Gasus, Egypt, and housed at the Albany ... Read more »
Egypt has struggled with a serious energy crisis in recent years, with parts of the country, in 2014, experiencing as many as six power cuts a day for up to two hours at a tim Read more »