Digital depot and fleet command

Brand new F135 engines await roll-out from Pratt & Whitney’s production line.
Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney Military Engines recently took a strategic decision – for cost reasons, one which required the division to justify its thinking thoroughly to the top management echelons of Pratt & Whitney and its parent United Technologies – to establish a $2 billion military engine spares holding.

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