PW4000 Engine Overhauls Will Generate $9 Billion 2015-19

As successor to Pratt & Whitney’s JT9D, Pratt’s PW4000 family powers the Airbus A300, 310 and A330, as well as Boeing 747-400, 767, 777, KC-46 and MD-11. Nearly 2,300 PW4000s are still in service this year; that is expected to decline slightly to 2,150 in 2019. Two-thirds are PW4000-94s now, but...

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