|Published: June 2017|
June 23. Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corporation and a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units, announced several new business agreements and key product milestones during this week’s Paris Air Show, which concludes on Sunday, June 25.
Among the highlights:
· Pratt & Whitney to Power IAG 47 Airbus A320neo Aircraft
· Pratt & Whitney Canada signs agreement to supply its PW150C engine to power the MA700 Aircraft
· Pratt & Whitney’s F119 Powers F-22 Raptor to 500,000 Engine Flight Hours
· Pratt & Whitney Commemorates 30 Years of PW4000-94” Engine Power
Pratt & Whitney is transforming aviation. During the show, the company’s engines were showcased on more than 25 aircraft, including several new platforms, such as Embraer’s E2 and KC-390, Mitsubishi’s Regional Jet, and Gulfstream’s G500. Powered by Pratt & Whitney’s F135 engines, the F-35 also took to the skies for its Paris Air Show debut.