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GE acquires Naverus

written by WOFA | November 25, 2009

GE Aviation has announced that it will acquire performance-based navigation services provider Naverus, which develops Required Navigation Performance (RNP) and Performance Based Navigation (PBN) procedures for a number of airports around the world.

GE says that it expects to gain synergies from being able to integrate Naverus’s RNP technology with its Aviation’s Systems business’s suite of avionics and flight management systems.

Naverus was founded in 2003 by two ex Alaskan Airlines pilots and entrepreneur Dan Gerrity to provide RNP and PBN services to a number of clients worldwide. Locally, Naverus signed an agreement with Airservices Australia in June to develop RNP procedures at 28 airports around Australia over the next five years which will help to deliver major reductions in aircraft emissions.


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