Pratt & Whitney Hits Back At CFM’s New Engine Performance Claims

Pratt & Whitney (P&W) has reacted angrily to CFM’s assertions that its Leap-1A engine for the Airbus A320NEO will be up to $4 million cheaper to operate over 15 years than the competing PW1100G on a per-aircraft basis. “Effectively, they’re defying the laws of physics and the laws of economics,”...

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