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Norman Baker, President & Managing Executive of GE’s Business & General Aviation Turboprop business, explains why GE is interested in the market and what their plans are for continuing to roll out new technologies into agricultural aviation.
Engineering marvels such as the gothic Charles Bridge spanning the Vltava River below the Prague Castle or the ornate astronomical clock in the Old Town Square have been drawing visitors to the Czech capital for centuries. Now the city is also set to define our manufacturing future.
GE turboprop engines are rugged and can withstand extreme climates; they power aircraft around the world including those flying to the world’s most dangerous airport in Lukla, at the foot of Mt. Everest.