GE Aviation, Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce have expressed overall satisfaction with their new-generation engine programs despite some growing pains related to the entry-into-service phase and the transition from older programs to newer ones. In a panel on new engine programs held at Aviation Week’s Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance event on May 2, Paul Finklestein, marketing director at Pratt & Whitney, acknowledged the struggles encountered by Pratt & Whitney on the ...

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