Indian carrier IndiGo is according to news reports switching from the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G geared turbofan for its A320neo fleet and moving to the CFM Leap1A, with the initial deal for 280 aircraft. This deal will likely be announced at the Paris Air Show next...
Fred Lefebvre. VP Regional Airline Sales and Marketing, Pratt & Whitney Canada and Jim Speich, GTF Marketing Director, Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines presented an update on engines and APUs for regional aircraft at the RAA Annual Convention in Long Beach...
Spirit Airlines accepted the first A320neo delivery in the United States with an aircraft on lease from AerCap. This is the first of five scheduled deliveries, with four additional options for Spirit. Ted Christie, Spirit’s Chief Financial Officer stated “ The...
Macquarie AirFinance has placed an order for 40 CSeries aircraft, with options for an additional 10, providing a boost to the program. All of the orders are for the larger CS300 model, with deliveries scheduled between 2017 and 2019. This increases firm orders for...
The first flight of the A320neo, powered by the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM geared turbofan, took place this morning in Toulouse. The first flight lasted 2 hours and 22 minutes, and was hailed as successful. Airbus currently has firm orders for 49 A319neo,...
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