With the first set of Pratt & Whitney engines delivered for the U.S. Air Force’s KC-46 test aircraft, Boeing is planning to roll out the first green 767-2C next year. The 767-2C is the customized commercial platform on which the KC-46 is designed. The 2C includes provisions — such as customized plumbing — to support the KC-46’s refueling mission. Pratt & Whitney delivered the first two PW4062 engines during a ceremony at Boeing’s Everett, Wash., facility. These engines, each ...

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