Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney receives $25M FAA backing for ultra-quiet engine fan

The FAA invests $25 million into the development of a new Pratt & Whitney ultra-quiet aircraft engine fan and new advanced combustion technology.  ...


Pratt & Whitney to develop Dash 8 hybrid-electric demonstrator by 2024

The Canadian branch of Pratt & Whitney announces the development of the De Havilland Canada Dash 8 demonstrator with hybrid-electric engines....


FAA orders reinforcement of Boeing 777 engine after failure

The FAA will order the structural reinforcement of the engine cowling on the Boeing 777-200 aircraft equipped with Pratt & Whitney engines....


United to resume operations with Pratt-powered Boeing 777

United Airlines plans to restart operations of Pratt-powered Boeing 777 aircraft suspended following engine incidents....


Boeing planned to strengthen engine cowls prior United 777 engine failure

Even prior to the widely-covered United Airlines Boeing 777 engine failure, Boeing considered strengthening the engine fan cowling....


United Airlines Flight UAL328 suffers engine failure, scatters parts over Denver

A Boeing 777, operating United Airlines Flight UAL328, suffered an uncontained engine failure shortly after departure from Denver International Airport (DEN)....


Has 2020 crisis hit Rolls-Royce more than other engine manufacturers? | Data

Rolls-Royce suffered a lot in 2020. But is it’s situation worse than other engine manufacturers – Pratt & Whitney, GE Aviation and Safran?...


IndiGo looking at CFM and P&W engines for up to $10.7 billion

IndiGo is eyeing a huge order of aircraft engines to power 150 Airbus A320neo aircraft that are yet to be delivered. The deal could be worth up to $10.7 billion....


Canarias ATR 72 turbine disintegrates during takeoff

On October 15, 2019, ATR 72-212A regional turboprop belonging to Canarias Airlines (operating as Binter Canarias) was taking off from Tenerife North Airport (TFN). While still on the runway, but near the rotation speed, the crew heard a strange noise. Abnormal readings on parameters of right engines followed....


Brazil imposes limits on E190 after A220 engine problems

ANAC, Brazilian aviation regulator, issues a directive instructing Embraer 190-E2 operators to limit trust and climb settings at high altitude after a series of failures on similarly engined Airbus A220s.  ...