GE Aerospace Signs F-35 Avionics and Power Services Agreemen
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Apr 20, 2023

GE Aerospace Signs F-35 Avionics and Power Services Agreement

GE Aerospace has signed an agreement with Lockheed Martin to support avionics and electrical power systems on the F-35 globally.

“The F-35’s reliability and mission readiness remain an essential focus,” said Chris Newman, F-35 senior program manager, GE Aerospace. “As the F-35 fleet continues to expand, we’ve taken aggressive actions to strengthen lead time, supply availability and delivery to our customers. This Global PBL deal underpins our relentless drive to make the F-35 ever more affordable to operate.”

The four-year agreement entails maintenance, repair, and overhaul for GE Aerospace systems on the F-35 Lightning II aircraft.  GE Aerospace will service the F-35 systems at their repair and maintenance locations in California, Georgia, and Utah as well as GE sites at Grand Rapids, Michigan, Long Island, New York and Cheltenham, United Kingdom.  

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GE Aerospace has supported the F-35 since its inception including the following systems:

  • Electrical Power Management System
  • Standby Flight Display
  • Remote Input Output Unit
  • Aircraft Memory System
  • Fuselage Remote Interface Unit and Missile Remote Interface Unit
  • Engine Distress Monitoring System and Ingested Debris Monitoring System


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