Volaris has selected Pratt & Whitney’s GTF engine to power an additional 64 A321neo aircraft bringing Volaris’ total commitment to 217 GTF-powered purchased and leased aircraft including the airline’s previous selection of GTF engines for 153 A320neo family aircraft. As a part of the agreement, Pratt & Whitney will also provide Volaris with engine maintenance through an EngineWise Maintenance long-term agreement. “The additional GTF-powered A321neo aircraft will drive our growth while being mindful of our environmental footprint,” said Enrique Beltranena, chief executive officer, Volaris. “This engine-and-aircraft combination means we’ll be able to fly even more passengers, farther – with some
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