VP, Gov. Relations and Business Development, Canada
Tel: (613) 235-3421
Fax: (613) 235-2481
GE–Aviation markets and supports aircraft engines for Canadian military and commercial programs as well as aero derivative gas turbines for the Canadian Navy.
GE supports the T700/CT-7 engines for the CH-148 Cyclone (Sikorsky S-92) Maritime helicopter, the CH-149 (AgustaWestland EH101) Cormorant Search and Rescue helicopter, the F404 engine for the Canadian Forces CF-18 Hornet fighter, the Snowbirds’ J85 engine, the T58 engine powering the Sea King helicopter, the Airbus A310, CF-6 engine, and the T64 engine that powers the Buffalo aircraft.
GE-Aviation’s CF34 turbofan powers Bombardier Aerospace’s Business and Regional Jets. The CF6 and CFM56 commercial engines also power several Canadian scheduled airline fleets. Air Canada's newly acquired Boeing 777 is powered by the GE 90 engine and the B787 Dreamliner will be powered by the new GEnx, an ECOmagination© product. GE-Marine Engines is the leading supplier of reliable aero derivative gas turbines for marine propulsion applications. GE's LM2500 gas turbines power the Navy's Canadian Patrol Frigates.
GE-Aviation has two manufacturing plants in the country. The Bromont, Québec facility produces gas turbine airfoils to meet worldwide commercial and military aircraft engine requirements. The GE Canada Unison plant located in Orillia Ontario manufactures engine shroud segments, housings and rotating air seals to combustor cases, bearing housings and vane actuator assemblies. GE-Aviation has a long-standing history in Canada, and is proud to serve the Canadian Military and Commercial markets.