Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. engages in the design, manufacture, and service of aircraft engines and parts for business, regional, helicopter, government aircraft, and utility markets in Canada and internationally. The company also manufactures auxiliary power units and industrial gas turbines; flight data acquisition storage and transmission system that acquires, stores, and transmits engine and aircraft performance data; and engines for industrial applications. In addition, it offers engine diagnostic tools to operators and service providers. Further, the company provides maintenance, repair, and overhaul services; aircraft engines rental and exchange services; training support services; d...
1000 Marie-Victorin Boulevard
Longueuil, QC J4G 1A1
Founded in 1928
Key Executives for Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.
Chief Information Officer
Vice President of Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Vice President of Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. Key Developments
Pratt and Whitney Company-Azul Selects Purepower® Engines for Order of 30 Embraer E-Jets
Jul 15 14
Pratt & Whitney will provide power for 30 firm Embraer E-Jets E2 aircraft, for an order announced by Embraer and Azul Brazilian Airlines. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2020.
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.'s PW150C Engine Selected to Power Avic Xi'an Aircraft Company's New Ma700 Regional Turboprop
Jul 13 14
Pratt & Whitney Canada announced that its PW150C turboprop engine will power the new MA700 regional turboprop aircraft being launched by AVIC Xi'an Aircraft Company of China. This selection reinforces P&WC's global leadership in the regional turboprop segment and further extends P&WC's presence in China's rapidly growing aviation industry. P&WC's PW150C turboprop engine leverages the success of its PW150A engine by providing increased performance. The enhancements in the engine are customized to meet the specific needs of the MA700 and will provide exceptional fuel burn economics for the new aircraft.
Pratt & Whitney Canada Launches PW307D Turbofan Engine to Power New Dassault Falcon 8X Business Jet
May 19 14
Pratt & Whitney Canada announced at the 2014 European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE2014) that it is introducing the PW307D turbofan engine to power the new Dassault Falcon 8X business jet. Building on the capabilities of the PW307A turbofan engine, which powers the Dassault Falcon 7X business jet, the PW307D's improved fuel consumption and higher take-off thrust are among the enhancements that will support the Falcon 8X. Featuring three PW307D turbofans, the new jet will provide an alternative solution to business jet customers looking to cover longer distances and more city pairing options. The PW307D is the latest turbofan in the PW300 family of business jet engines and further expands P&WC's presence in the growing long-range business aviation segment. The PW300 family is recognized in the 4,700- to 8,000-lb thrust class for its low fuel consumption, environmental friendliness, reliability and economical operation. Building on these attributes, the PW307D is a compact, light-weight engine with enhancements made specifically to support the extended range and additional maximum take-off weight of the Falcon 8X. Falcon 8X customers will be able to take advantage of P&WC's Eagle Service Plan(TM) (ESP(R)) Platinum, the company's premium "pay-per-hour" flexible service plan, designed to bring the peace of mind that comes with predictable future maintenance costs. The PW300 family of turbofans has accumulated over 13 million flying hours with more than 3,600 PW300 engines flying worldwide. In addition to the Dassault Falcon 8X, P&WC powers the Falcon 7X with the PW307A and the Falcon 2000EX, 2000DX, 2000LX, 2000S and 2000LXS business jets with its PW308C engine.
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