PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA

23/05/2017P&WC LAUNCHES INNOVATIVE OIL ANALYSIS SOLUTION ON PW306A ENGINES

Pratt & Whitney Canada’s ground-breaking Oil Analysis Technology is making its debut at EBACE 2017 as a commercially available solution on PW306A engine-powered business aviation aircraft. One of the many examples of P&WC’s leadership in data-driven engine health, P&WC’s Oil Analysis Solution will provide an innovative oil system prognostic capability

23/05/2017P&WC TO DELIVER PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TO PT6A-POWERED KING AIR CUSTOMERS

Pratt & Whitney Canada’s turnkey FAST™ (Flight, Acquisition, Storage and Transmission) engine prognostics solution has been FAA and EASA certified for PT6A engine-powered Beechcraft King Air B200 and B300 series of aircraft

22/05/2017PUREPOWER® PW800 ENGINE ACCELERATING RAPIDLY TOWARDS ENTRY INTO SERVICE

Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) revealed that its PurePower PW800 engine is completing preparations for Entry into Service (EIS) by the end of this year, ahead of schedule after achieving a number of recent milestones. This ground-breaking powerplant is the only new engine in its thrust class that's on the verge of entering service.

31/10/2016PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA RECEIVES TWO SUPPLIER AWARDS FROM EMBRAER

The quality of Pratt & Whitney Canada’s (P&WC) performance and customer support has been recognized with two 2016 Supplier of the Year Awards from Embraer. The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer announced P&WC as the recipient of Best Mechanical System Supplier in Terms of Industrial Performance and Supplier with the Best Technical Support awards.

28/10/2016PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA INNOVATES PAY-PER-HOUR MAINTENANCE

With more than 10,000 engines already enrolled in its pay-per-hour maintenance plans, Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) is once again raising the bar with the introduction of a leading-edge Eagle Service Plan™ (ESP) maintenance program tailored to PT6A customers, as well as a major enhancement to its current ESP plan offering.

25/05/2016P&WC’S OIL ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGY TRIAL BUILDS MOMENTUM AT EBACE

Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) continues to build momentum for its new engine oil analysis technology as a growing number of customers register their engines in the trial. Now in the final stages of development, P&WC’s innovative oil debris monitoring technology has the potential to significantly enable proactive maintenance interventions and drive increased aircraft availability.

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