OGMA Adds Pratt GTF To Engine Capabilities

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<em>Credit: Pratt & Whitney</em><br><br>Alverca, Portugal-based OGMA became a Pratt & Whitney-authorized maintenance center for the geared turbofan engine in November. OGMA will invest €74 million ($87.4 million) over the next four years to set up the capability to maintain, repair and overhaul the PW1100G-JM engines that power the Airbus A320neo family.
Alverca, Portugal-based OGMA will become a Pratt & Whitney-authorized maintenance center for the geared turbofan engine that powers the Airbus A320neo. The agreement, signed on Nov. 12, adds a new-generation powerplant to OGMA’s capabilities and expands its service beyond Rolls-Royce engines. It...

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