Pratt Grapples With JSF Reductions

SINGAPORE — Pratt & Whitney warns of mounting difficulties in its effort to control costs on some of its key military engine programs because of reductions in annual purchases of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s F135 engine and other powerplants. “As volumes reduce, it becomes more of a challenge” to...

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