South Korean Air Force Renews Pratt Engine Sustainment Contract

officials at signing of contract extension South Korea Pratt Whitney

Defense Acquisition Program Administration Director General Lee Gui-Hyun (left) and Chris Johnson, vice president of Fighter and Mobility Programs at Pratt, shake hands after signing the contract extension.

Credit: Pratt & Whitney/RTX
SINGAPORE—The Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) has extended a contract with Pratt & Whitney that will see the company provide performance-based logistics for Boeing F-15K and Lockheed Martin K/F-16 F100 engines until the end of 2027. This marks the second contract extension since the signing of...

Subscription Required


South Korean Air Force Renews Pratt Engine Sustainment Contract is published in Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, an Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) Market Briefing and is included with your AWIN membership.

Already a member of AWIN or subscribe to Aerospace Daily & Defense Report through your company? Login with your existing email and password.

Not a member?  Learn how you can access the market intelligence and data you need to stay abreast of what's happening in the aerospace and defense community.