Industry news has been full of complaints about the Pratt & Whitney GTF. Now there is an AD on the CFM LEAP as well. KLM Cityhopper put out this note about the GTF-powered Embraer E2 fleet this morning. There’s engine trouble all over.The GTF news is well...
UPDATE April 26 – Engine makers Pratt & Whitney and GE Aerospace are seeing progress made within the supply chain, with parts production and inventory improving in the first quarter. But overall, the supply chain remains challenging from the performance and...
The big engine OEMs GE Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney have been making good progress on solving some of the supply chain issues, but they will remain for months to come. In fact, it will take until the end of this year until the production of structural castings...
All US operators of the Airbus A220 are required to update the software of the electronic engine control (EEC) system of the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G. The FAA has issued an Airworthiness Directive dated December 27 that prompts action after an A220 suffered a dual...
Raytheon Technologies announced today the successful first engine run of the company’s regional hybrid-electric flight demonstrator, marking a key milestone towards flight testing, targeted to begin in 2024. The propulsion system’s initial run occurred at...
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