GE Boss seeks tanker compromise

The head of GE backs a plan to split the acquisition of the KC-X USAF aerial tanker between Northrop Grumman and Boeing, according to this interview done by the Cincinnati Enquirer.

GE Aviation will supply the engines on Northrop’s KC-30; Pratt & Whitney was selected to power Boeing’s KC-767.

And now, a plug for a conference organized by Air Transport World and Leeham Co.


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