There has never been a better time to re-engine the B-52 and
only Pratt & Whitney has the technological know-how and years of experience
to continue powering the B-52 with the PW800 for decades to come.
RIGHT ENGINE, RIGHT FIT, RIGHT PARTNER
By setting new standards in performance, fuel efficiency and dependability, the PW800 engine is ready to usher in a new era for the B-52.
• Zero scheduled removals, significantly lower sustainment costs
• The PW800 core shares technology with the era-defining GTF family of engines supported by a robust commercial sustainment infrastructure: • High engine production • Robust part production • Strong aftermarket stream through 2050 and beyond
Pratt & Whitney is the industry leader in the low-risk integration of commercial engines with military aircraft.
PW4062 for the KC-46
Pratt & Whitney’s PW4062 engine powers the U.S. Air Force’s multi-role tanker, the KC-46 Pegasus multirole tanker, developed by The Boeing Company.
V2500 for the C-390
The V2500 turbofan engine family provides the 22,000 to 33,000 pound thrust range with efficient, clean power for close to 200 worldwide customers, including the C-390 Millennium multi-mission transport aircraft, developed by Embraer.
PW2000 for the C-17
Certified at 40,400 pounds of thrust, Pratt & Whitney’s F117 is the exclusive power for the U.S. Air Force’s advanced transport, the C-17 Globemaster III military transport aircraft, developed by The Boeing Company.
The Proven Choice in the Commercial Market
Both Gulfstream and Embraer selected Pratt & Whitney GTF™ and PW800 engines over the competition to power their next-generation civil aircraft. Both GTF and PW800 engines have been awarded Laureate Awards from Aviation Week Network.
PW800 for the G500/G600
The PW800 supplanted Rolls-Royce to power Gulfstream's long-range, large-cabin aircraft - specifically the G500 and G600.
GTF for the E-Jets E2
The GTF, which shares a common core with the PW800, was selected over the GE Passport to power the Embraer E-Jets E2 family aircraft, the previous generation of which was powered by the GE CF34 engine.