Pratt & Whitney’s PW1000G geared turbofan (GTF) engine has reached 500,000 flight-hr. on a fleet of 135 aircraft flown by 21 operators. Pratt calculates the cutting-edge powerplant has saved customers 25 million gal. of fuel worth $45 million since it entered service in January 2016, and has reduced carbon emissions by 264,000 tons. The GTF is in service on Airbus A320neo and Bombardier C Series jets.  

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