APRIL 2017
Advances in Analytics Help Pratt & Whitney Improve Engine Performance
Pratt & Whitney is building on a more than 15-year investment in its Advanced Diagnostics & Engine Management (ADEM™) tool to help operators better monitor and maintain their engine fleets. … READ MORE

Pratt & Whitney Features PurePower® Geared Turbofan™ Engine as Major Sponsor of 2017 Aerospace Maintenance Competition
Pratt & Whitney's revolutionary PurePower Geared Turbofan engine will be featured at the Aerospace Maintenance Competition at the 2017 MRO Americas Conference. … READ MORE

Pratt & Whitney Launches EngineWise™ Service Brand
Pratt & Whitney announced its new EngineWise service brand that illustrates the company's commitment to helping airlines and lessors run their businesses efficiently. … READ MORE

Pratt & Whitney Announces DGCA Certification for its Customer Training Center in Hyderabad
This milestone allows the company to provide DGCA CAR147-approved training to aircraft engineers and technicians from Pratt & Whitney's airline customers in the region. … READ MORE

Engine Alliance Achieves 500th Engine on Wing
Engine Alliance (EA) now powers 125 A380s around the world with 500 engines on wing. … READ MORE

Pratt & Whitney Honors Three Employees as Distinguished Engineers of the Year
Pratt & Whitney and the Hartford Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers honored three Distinguished Engineers of the Year last evening in advance of National Engineers Week, which begins on Feb. 19. … READ MORE

Pratt & Whitney Expanding Business in Columbus, Georgia, to Meet Increased Demand
Pratt & Whitney announced today that it will invest approximately $386 million in its Columbus, Georgia, facility to increase the production of parts and maintenance services and to reduce costs for new and existing engine programs. … READ MORE

Christopher T. Calio Appointed President of Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines
Pratt & Whitney today announced the appointment of Christopher T. Calio as president of the company’s commercial engines business, effective Feb. 1 and reporting to Pratt & Whitney President Bob Leduc. … READ MORE

Matthew F. Bromberg to Succeed Bennett Croswell as President of Pratt & Whitney Military Engines; Croswell to Retire in May
Pratt & Whitney today announced Matthew F. Bromberg will succeed Bennett Croswell as president of its military engines business upon his retirement in May. … READ MORE