Royal Jordanian Airlines has selected up to 30 of Pratt & Whitney’s latest-generation GTF engines to power their new single-aisle fleet in the next three to five years. Interestingly the airline plans to replace its entire narrowbody and regional jet fleet in the next few years. Samer Majali, Vice Chairman and CEO at Royal Jordanian, said: “We have selected GTF-powered aircraft for their industry-leading efficiency, longer range, and exceptional operating economics. These aircraft will allow us to modernize our fleet and offer new routes, all while keeping airfare affordable and significantly reducing our carbon emissions.” The airline selected Pratt’s GTF
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