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Pratt & Whitney today announced it is teaming up with IBM to enhance the engine fleet and health solutions. The partnership could provide Pratt & Whitney’s customer base with more time on-wing, current asset maintenance alerts and better insight into flight operational data. “By incorporating learnings from our military engines programs where we are pushing […] More
Tom Prete, vice president of engineering at United Technologies“™ Pratt & Whitney subsidiary, has been inducted into the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. The academy recognized Tom Prete for his work in the development of Pratt & Whitney‘s aircraft engines and for his contributions to gas turbine propulsion systems, Pratt & Whitney said Wednesday. […] More
Pratt & Whitney has officially opened a maintenance, repair and operations hub for PW4000 aircraft engines in Singapore as part of a $110 million capital investment. The facility is located at the Seletar industrial aerospace park which already houses Pratt & Whitney’s component solutions business and global services engineering team, the UTC Technologies Corp. subsidiary […] More
Boeing and Pratt & Whitney have delivered the first two engines that will power the KC-46A aircraft of the U.S. Air Force. The engines, each with a 94-inch fan blade diameter, for the aircrafts are part of the KC-46 Tanker Program, Pratt & Whitney announced Dec. 20. Howie Chandler, Pratt & Whitney Military Engines vice […] More
Pratt & Whitney, a UTC Technologies Corp. subsidiary, has opened a new facility in Columbus, Ga. that will maintain engines used in the F-15 and F-16 fighter aircraft. The F100 maintenance hub was built through a partnership between Pratt & Whitney, Western Devcon Inc. and the Columbus Development Authority, Pratt & Whitney said Thursday. Pratt […] More
United Technologies Corp. company Pratt & Whitney has selected IHI Corp. to supply engine components for the F-35 fleet of the Japanese military. The firms also teamed up for industrial participation contracts to perform in-country final assembly of F-35 engines and additional work on the system, Pratt & Whitney said Wednesday. Japan’s Ministry of Defense […] More
Pratt & Whitney has received a two-year contract from NASA to come up with combustor designs for small core engines to help reduce fuel consumption for single-aisle aircraft. The contract was awarded under the Hybrid Thermally Efficient Core project, which is part of the space agency’s Sustainable Flight National Partnership that seeks to advance the […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ Pratt & Whitney business and the U.S. Air Force have introduced a new technology that uses real-time data on the service banch’s F-22 Raptor aircraft to support engine maintenance planning. The Usage Based Lifing program will run flight information of an F119 turbofan through algorithms and logistics management tools to determine when the […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ Pratt & Whitney business has secured a contract to demonstrate a rotating engine detonation concept for the Air Force Research Laboratory in an effort to create an engine capable of supporting higher-Mach flight speeds. Pratt & Whitney said Thursday it will work with Raytheon’s missiles and defense business and the Raytheon Technologies Research […] More
The Department of Energy has tasked Raytheon Technologies‘ Pratt & Whitney business to develop a hydrogen-fueled propulsion technology intended for use in commercial aviation. The contractor said Monday it will apply water vapor recovery and liquid hydrogen combustion to achieve zero carbon emissions under the Hydrogen Steam Injected, Inter‐Cooled Turbine Engine project. DOE’s Advanced Research […] More
A Pratt & Whitney vice president has expressed the need for an upgrade in the propulsion system of the F-35 aircraft to support heavier performance requirements as the Department of Defense adds more capabilities to the fighter jet, Defense News reported Thursday. Jennifer Latka, vice president for the F135 engine program at Pratt & Whitney, […] More
United Technologies Corp. subsidiary Pratt & Whitney has selected Multicut A/S to produce components for the F135 engine under a 10-year procurement agreement. F135 serves as the propulsion system for the F-35 Lightning II aircraft, Pratt & Whitney said Monday. Bennett Croswell, president of Pratt & Whitney military engines, said the contract “reaffirms Pratt & Whitney’s commitment to […] More
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