Philippine Airlines (PAL), a longtime General Electric (GE) customer, will switch to Pratt & Whitney (P&W) and Rolls-Royce (R-R) engines for its recently ordered Airbus fleets. Most of PAL’s existing widebodies use engines developed by GE, and the airline’s current narrowbody fleet is powered by CFM, a joint venture of GE and France’s Snecma. But industry sources tell AviationWeek PAL has chosen P&W’s International Aero Engine (IAE) V2500s to power the 34 A321s just ...


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