A version of this article appears in the May 26 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. Despite the fact that Pratt & Whitney will reach its lowest commercial engine installed base in 2014, the mood here is buoyant because it is closer than ever to reaping what it hopes will be the rewards of more than 20 years of technology investment, development and risk in the geared turbofan. Pratt & Whitney Engine President Paul Adams expects the OEM’s production volume to more ...
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