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Pratt & Whitney GTF Engines to Power United Airlines A321s

United Airlines (UA) has chosen the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G geared turbofan (GTF) engines for its incoming Airbus A321neo and A321XLR aircraft orders.

Airbus Airlines

LATAM Choses Pratt & Whitney for 146 A320neo Aircraft

The LATAM Airlines Group has selected the Pratt & Whitney GTF engine for the remaining A320neo aircraft it has on order.

Airbus Industry Innovation

Airbus, Pratt & Whitney, SAF+ Consortium to Develop e-SAF in Canada

Airbus Canada, Pratt & Whitney Canada, and SAF+ Consortium have announced their collaboration on developing next-generation sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), supported by the Government of Quebec.

Airlines Manufacturers

Volaris Lays off 200 Staff amid P&W Engine Woes

Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris has agreed to lay off approximately 200 employees due to problems with the engines of its Airbus 320 aircraft, which have required early maintenance.

Airlines Manufacturers Safety

Air New Zealand to Deal With P&W Engine Issues into 2025

Air New Zealand has said Pratt & Whitney engine issues, which it expects to last into 2025, may cause the airline to ground two to four aircraft at any one time.

Industry Safety

Pratt Engine Flaw to Idle Hundreds of A320s

Pratt & Whitney's latest flaw in its commercial jet engine will ground hundreds of A320neo aircraft.


P&W Engine Woes Continue as 1,200 PW1100Gs Face Inspection

Operators of the PW1100G-powered Airbus A320neo family face seeing their fleets partially grounded as inspections for microscopic cracks are required.

Airlines Manufacturers

50 IndiGo, Go First Planes Grounded Over P&W Engine Issues

Due to Pratt & Whitney engine woes and supply chain issues, more than 50 IndiGo and Go First aircraft have been grounded.

ATR Innovation Manufacturers

ATR, P&WC Firm Partnership for 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel Future

ATR and Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) have announced a collaboration to achieve 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) use by 2025.

Airlines Manufacturers

Hawaiian Airlines Extends A330 Leases Amid PW Engine Woes

Hawaiian Airlines expects that up to four of its A321-200 aircraft will be grounded due to the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engine recall issue.

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