As Pratt & Whitney Canada gets ready to test a core demonstrator for its next-generation regional turboprop engine this fall in Longueuil, Quebec, the manufacturer is seeing a great demand from operators to use the engine in turboprop aircraft larger than the 50- or 70-seat aircraft that the PW100 engine family typically powers. According to Eva Azoulay, Pratt & Whitney Canada’s VP of strategic planning and business development, there has been “a lot of demand and discussion” to use ...
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