Pratt Agrees To Fixed Prices For F-35 Engines

Pratt & Whitney hopes to sign for a fourth batch of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter engines within weeks, having accepted a government request to negotiate a fixed-price incentive contract instead of the originally planned cost-plus deal. F-35 prime Lockheed Martin signed a fixed-price incentive contract...

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