Always looking beyond the horizon

Whether at the airport, in the aircraft or in the sky, we are redefining aviation for safer, more efficient flight. We’re building the technology today to meet the needs of tomorrow’s more information-driven and connected aviation ecosystem.

From developing contactless passenger experiences and eco-aviation solutions, to preparing tomorrow’s skies for new aircraft yet to takeoff, we bring knowledge and technologies together from across our company to connect and advance the future of air travel.

Moments that matter

We push the limits of known science to help move flight forward. Here are a few examples ...

Sean Bradshaw is engineering the moments that matter in aviation

How can we reduce carbon emissions? Sean explains how we're using thermodynamics to create a more sustainable aviation industry.

The moments we're made for

The contactless passenger journey was in the works well before COVID-19. But the pandemic practically made it a must for travelers to be able to get through the airport without having to touch things like check-in kiosks. Today's contactless journey is a glimpse into what commercial flight might look like for decades to come.  

Sustainable aviation

Shadow of a plane flying over a lush green forest
No single technology will get us to our ambitious emissions goals for aviation. Our engineers are working to meet these goals through innovations in hybrid electric aircraft engines, sustainable aviation fuels and hydrogen-powered engines. 

A look ahead

In the future of air travel, you'll have a frictionless trip through airports with no waiting or lines. Flying taxis will take you from one end of the city to the other. And even the most remote locations will have landing strips, thanks to autonomous, remote radar towers.

Here's how it will happen.

Our capabilities

We provide the capabilities our aviation customers need to support global commerce, such as commercial engines, flight systems, and control and airport services. 

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