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CFMI And Pratt Square Off Over Leap-X Versus GTF
CFM International is challenging Pratt & Whitney’s claimed maintenance cost savings for the geared turbofan (GTF) as the war of words over next-generation powerplants heats up in advance of crucial reengining decisions by Airbus and Boeing.
CFMI, a joint General Electric/Snecma company, is offering a variant of its advanced Leap-X turbofan and disputes the veracity of the projected claims made for the competing PW1000G family.