GE Aviation Layoffs

Topics regarding layoffs at GE Aviation

ReWorded Hooksett

The GM was in Hooksett saying all the people will be brought back, plus 200 more, and the work load will be at 2018 levels. The whole industry is in the toilet, and this is what he is telling people? Next week will tell a different story from what he... —  read more 

New Faces

With the new faces, more changes will come. Consolidations for sure. As Culp stated in past emails, GE is going to be transformed. Get ready....

Do some research

Do some research...Boeing, Pratt, and others are relocating to the southeast. Covid is the catalyst the businesses needed to start the process. They will break any remaining unions. The EBs will retain their heavy paychecks, and will try to... —  read more 

Here We Go

Not looking good..... If the planes aren't flying, they don't need services, parts, or engines. GE has been making parts that they don't have orders for to stock the shelves so to... —  read more 

Age Discrimination

A large percentage of GE employees recently RIF'd by GE are over the age of 50. Is there a class action lawsuit for age discrimination in process? These employees are most vulnerable to landed another job.


Was recently contacted about a position with GE Aviation, and scheduled for an interview. How is it that during the COVID crisis, with all of the layoffs and reductions in force within similar industries, GE Aviation has openings? The position is in... —  read more 

GE Aviation

Got Laid terre haute a few months ago. Glad im as good as I am they lost a wonderful machinist in me. Only was off for a week before another job picked me up! Glad to be where I am. Much better company!

Just Another Boeing 737 Issue

AD #: 2020-16-51 was issued 7/23/2020. It is an Emergency Airworthiness Directive. You can look it up for more details but basically there were four recent reports of single-engine shutdowns due to engine bleed air 5th stage check valves being stuck... —  read more 

GE Aviation gets shaft

GE Aviation as usual gets the shaft. They are treated as second class citizens compared to other divisions. Other divisions give PBs, LPBs and SPBs bonuses, not aviation just SPs. As they layoff employees other divisions give much better severance... —  read more 

Very True Who paid the price? All the long term dedicated employees of GE. It is time for change at GE and they should continue to layoff all those who where... —  read more 

Bad News Bears

GE expects second-quarter free cash outflow to be between negative $3.5 billion and $4.5 billion, wider than analysts' average estimate of negative $2.5 billion. The company expects commercial jet engine installs to fall about 45% in the second... —  read more 

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