Pratt To Pentagon: We Won’t Reveal F135 Pricing

Credit: Pratt & Whitney
After a long battle to edge rival General Electric out of the F-35 engine market, Pratt & Whitney succeeded in 2011. GE announced it would shelve the F136 after the Pentagon refused to fund it for four years, leaving Pratt in the coveted position of a sole-source engine supplier for the largest...

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