Avio Aero is a business unit of GE Aviation specialized in the design, production and maintenance of components and systems for the civil and military aeronautical industry. Today the company delivers the innov...
Avio Aero is a business unit of GE Aviation specialized in the design, production and maintenance of components and systems for the civil and military aeronautical industry. Today the company delivers the innovative technological solutions its customers need to respond rapidly to the ever-changing demands of the market, including additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping and units for lean manufacturing of transmissions, turbines and combustors.
Headquartered in Italy, Avio Aero has major facilities in Rivalta di Torino, Pomigliano d'Arco (Naples) and Brindisi. It has more than 4,600 employees worldwide, including around 4,000 in Italy, and a production facility in Poland.
As a result of its continuous R&D investments and an established international network of relationships with leading universities and research centers, Avio Aero has acquired a level of technological and manufacturing excellence that is recognized the world over. Its outstanding reputation is endorsed by partnerships with leading global players in the aeronautical industry.
Avio Aero is committed to developing technologies and new architectures capable of lowering energy consumption, reducing aircraft weight and improving performance.
Avio Aero is a GE Aviation business which designs, manufactures and maintains components and systems for civil and military aviation. Today, the company provides its clients with innovative technological solutions to respond quickly to constant changes demanded by the market: Additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping, but also cells dedicated to streamlined manufacturing of transmissions, turbines and combustion chambers.
Avio Aero has its head office in Italy and major plants in Rivalta di Torino, Pomigliano d’Arco (Naples) and Brindisi. Avio Aero has production sites in Poland, Brazil and Chine, with more than 4700 employees worldwide (around 4000 of whom are based in Italy).
Continuous and ongoing investment in research and development and an established network of relationships with leading universities and international research centres have allowed Avio Aero to develop technological and manufacturing excellence which is recognised across the globe: an achievement borne out by a range of collaborative partnerships with key operators in the global aviation industry.
The challenge for Avio Aero is to access technologies and develop new architectures to reduce energy consumption, make aircraft engines lighter and providing the best performances possible.