Indian low-cost airline Go First plans to sue Pratt & Whitney’s parent company Raytheon Technologies over compensation for financial damages it suffers from the continuous grounding and repairs of the Geared Turbofan engines on its Airbus A320neo fleet. Go First...
Deliveries of Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan (GTF) engines for the Airbus A320neo family alone should reach 1.000 per year in 2024 and even 1.200 to 1.300 engines from 2027 through 2030. Until the end of this decade, over 10.000 GTF engines will need to be...
Pratt & Whitney and Airbus have started flight testing of the GTF Advantage, the updated version of the Geared Turbofan. The engine is tested on the port side A320neo testbed MSN6101 (registration F-WNEO), which took off from Toulouse at 10.36 am local time this...
New-technology engines are coming off the wing of aircraft much sooner than anticipated, AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly remarked on August 11 in the lessor’s earnings call. This remark came as a surprise to some, as it was believed that the technical issues that these...
The supply chain issues from which the commercial engine makers are suffering will likely extend well into 2023 and could even last until the end of next year. This warning comes on July 28 from Safran, the aerospace giant that partly owns CFM International. Earlier...
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