Pratt & Whitney holds off CFM on A320neo
Airbus customers at the Paris Air Show this week overwhelmingly chose CFM International and its LEAP-X engine to power their A320neo jetliners on order, ringing up $11 billion in future revenue.
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#1 Jun 24, 2011
What a poorly researched article. The P&W Geared Turbofan orders in this article are specified as 540 Aircraft when this number represents engines with only 270 Aircraft orders. The Leap orders of 455 are in fact Aircraft which corresponds to 910 engines. The entire premise of this article is false. Issue a correction.
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