In preparation for entry into service in late 2015, Pratt & Whitney, has accelerated a variety of activities to ensure customers have a strong support network in place before they begin flying Geared Turbofan (GTF) engines. Enhanced support to customers includes global GTF engine training programs and facilities, dedicated field representatives, a global lease engine pool, and an expanded Global Operations Center (GOC). “Aircraft operators around the world have given their vote of confidence in the GTF engine and we plan to exceed expectations by working together to ensure a smooth entry into service,” said Matthew Bromberg, president, Pratt &

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