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People who see challenges differently see flight differently

Propelling Indian aerospace forward

GE Aerospace has been a technology partner to Indian aviation for over four decades. We have a wide and deep engagement that includes engines, avionics, services, engineering, manufacturing, and local sourcing. Today, cutting-edge GE engines installed on thousands of commercial, business, military and general aviation aircraft, power flights across the country.

Our longstanding relationships with Indian carriers including Air India help deliver the reliability and efficiency they need. With our military engines, we provide the power and performance needed for a range of Indian military applications.

Beyond self-reliance:

4O years of growing Indian aviation with world-leading technology

Making in India, for India and the world

A proud contributor to India’s growth story, for 40 years and counting, GE is committed to shaping the future of flight in the country. Our state-of-the-art 70-acre manufacturing facility in Pune and in-house engineering and research center in Bengaluru demonstrate our commitment to the nation's development.

Our Center of Excellence (CoE) for additive manufacturing in partnership with the Tamil Nadu government and another CoE in Hyderabad with Tata Advanced Systems are focused on furthering aerospace innovation and development. A strong network of 13 Indian suppliers underscores our commitment to building a robust local “Atmanirbhar” supply chain.

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Driving decarbonization with next-gen engines

GE is committed to creating sustainable aviation technologies for the future while also enabling local manufacturing, maintenance, and servicing capabilities. Our research and engineering efforts are dedicated to developing aircraft engines that are more fuel-efficient and emit less noise.

We leverage our expertise, knowledge, and partnerships to accelerate the growth of India’s aerospace industry, making our skies cleaner and quieter.

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GE Aerospace 2023 Industry Survey

Two years since the aviation industry set an ambitious goal* of achieving net zero by 2050, GE Aerospace commissioned a global survey to examine the progress. The survey, conducted by Ipsos, shows broad industry alignment on and investment in sustainability but recognizes that accelerated support is needed to meet the challenge.

*In October 2021, members of the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), including GE Aerospace, adopted a long-term climate goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, confirming the aviation industry’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions in support of the Paris Agreement.

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Quick Facts

600+ engines

By developing multidisciplinary innovations, over 6000 technologists and engineers at GE in India have helped file over 3500 patents.

3 out of 4

3 out of 4 commercial flights are powered by GE or its partners' engines.


An installed base of producing 39,400 commercial aircraft engines including 26,200 military aircraft engines.

3500+ patents

Over 6000 technologists and engineers developing multidisciplinary innovations have helped GE file over 3500 patents.