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Tune in to hear Larry Culp at Bernstein SDC tomorrow

May 28, 2024

We invite you to join us tomorrow, May 29, 2024, at 8:00 ET as GE Aerospace Chairman and CEO Larry Culp discusses GE Aerospace’s strategy and future at the Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference.

You can find the webcast details on our GE Aerospace Investor Relations website. The materials for the conference will also be posted here prior to the live presentation.

In other news, we’ve had an exciting few weeks at GE Aerospace, including a number of updates regarding our teams and technology:

  • Larry sat down for a fireside chat with David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the Board, The Carlyle Group, and Chairman, The Economic Club of Washington, D.C., last week at the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. to discuss GE’s transformation as well as growth prospects for GE Aerospace and how the newly-launched public company is investing in its team. At the event, Larry shared GE Aerospace’s plans to hire 900 engineers this year as we continue to focus on inventing the future of flight.
  • Patrick de Castelbajac, formerly of Airbus and Nordic Aviation Capital, will join GE Aerospace as Chief Strategy Officer, effective June 24. As a standalone company, our strategy is based on asking and answering two fundamental questions: what game are we playing, and how do we win? Patrick will work across our businesses and functions to ensure alignment around these questions and support long-term growth, optimizing capital deployment with strategic investments across the company.
  • At Defense & Systems, we recently completed the fourth test on our adaptive cycle engine, gathering additional data and advancing our next-generation technology for future combat aircraft, which will directly inform the U.S. Air Force’s Next Generation Adaptive Propulsion (NGAP) program. 

Thank you for your continued interest in GE Aerospace. We look forward to keeping you updated on the business.

The Investor Relations team