What a difference two years can make in the aero engine business. As the Franco-U.S. engine maker approached the 2011 Paris air show, the chill wind of uncertainty was blowing through CFM’s traditional market base with Pratt & Whitney’s PW1100G geared turbofan taking the lead in engine selections for the newly launched Airbus A320NEO. Now, as the days count down to this year’s show, the ambiguity has vanished. CFM and Pratt have established a more collegial status quo over the new ...


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