ATEC Military Turboshaft On Track For First Full Engine Run

PARIS — The Honeywell/Pratt & Whitney Advanced Turbine Engine Co. (ATEC) says it is on track to demonstrate up to 25% fuel savings on its future HPW3000 engine contender for the U.S. Army that could save up to $1 billion in fuel costs per year. Both ATEC and General Electric (GE) are preparing to...

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