GE Examines Beauty in the Future of Flight

GE Examines Beauty in the Future of Flight
Design

Investigating what goes on behind the scenes to keep planes in the air, General Electric have re-imagined flight paths using new photography technology.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 30 november 2010

Investigating what goes on behind the scenes to keep aeroplanes in the air, General Electric have re-imagined flight paths using new photography technology.  The engine, flight path and aircraft systems wing of the multinational conglomerate corporation – GE Aviation are currently bringing in Required Navigation Performance (RNP) to airline carriers worldwide.

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