It is not as if Pratt & Whitney Canada, the smaller of the manufacturer's commercial engine divisions, is undistinguished in innovating turboprop, turboshaft and turbofan engines. PWC introduced 13 new helicopter engines in the last 10 years and a total of 70 new products over the past 14, President John Saabas notes. But it is the company's new Plant 15 at Montreal-Mirabel International Airport that is about to give all of Pratt & Whitney a new look at engine production. “The ...

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