Raytheon CEO Opposes XA101 For F-35As As Tests Continue

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Pratt & Whitney will start altitude tests on its experimental XA101 engine in early 2022, though the CEO of parent company Raytheon Technologies warns it would be a difficult and expensive effort to install it on F-35As as some lawmakers are calling for and the U.S. Air Force is exploring. The XA101...

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