Has Pratt & Whitney Canada won a secret application for its 10,000 to 20,000 lbs thrust class PW800 business jet engine? P&WC president John Saabas won’t say, but the company plans next spring to open its $500-million PW800 test and assembly facility in Mirabel that also incorporates a new flight test center. While the complex is designed to support Bombardier’s CSeries regional airliner and its PW1000G geared turbofan engines, those power plants are based on the PW800 ...

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