Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. designs, develops, manufactures, and supplies aircraft engines for business, general aviation, regional aircraft, helicopter, and utility markets worldwide. It offers turboprop, turboshaft, and turbofan engines; repair and overhaul, sale/rental/exchange, parts sale and maintenance, maintenance/warranty programs, diagnostic/prognostic, and customer training services; and technical publications and tooling solutions. The company serves aircraft operators and manufacturers. It offers products through sales representatives. The company was founded in 1928 and is headquartered in Longueuil, Canada with research and manufacturing facilities in Canada and internationall...
1000 Marie-Victorin Boulevard
Longueuil, QC J4G 1A1
Founded in 1928
Key Executives for Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.
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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. Key Developments
TRJet Selects Pratt & Whitney Canada's PW100 Family of Turboprop Engines
Jul 12 16
Pratt & Whitney Canada announced that its PW100 family of turboprop engines, designed for the regional airline industry, has been selected by TRJet to power its new TRP328™ aircraft. TRJet asked Pratt & Whitney Canada to develop a new version of its PW127 engine to provide heightened performance over the PW119 engine that powered the original 328 aircraft which entered into service in 1993. In October, 2015, P&WC announced its intention to resume production of its PW306B turbofan engine to power the TRJet turbofan aircraft. The new version of the PW127 turboprop engine will be developed and manufactured at P&WC's facility in Longueuil, Quebec, while the PW306B engine will be produced at the company's Mississauga, Ontario, facility.
Pratt &Whitney Canada Completes Phase 2 Testing of its Next Generation Regional Turboprop
May 11 16
Pratt &Whitney Canada has successfully completed Phase 2 testing of its Next Generation Regional Turboprop (NGRT) engine and is poised for rapid integration development. This phase has allowed P&WC to expand the design envelope ensuring the company has a fully optimized NGRT engine core all while enabling the application of this technology to existing and newer product lines. P&WC's NGRT is in proactive response to airframe OEMs foreseeing a 90-seat turboprop within the next few years. The company has developed a high pressure ratio compressor that will contribute to the powerplant's ability to deliver 20% better specific fuel consumption (SFC) and power ranging from 4,500 shp to 8,000 shp. "Today, the vast majority of 30- to 70-passenger regional turboprop aircraft operating around the world are powered by the PW100 engine. P&WC will continue developing the NGRT concept throughout the coming months to further enhance the technology and progress the performance envelope. Advancements made through the development and testing of the NGRT are being applied to other existing and future engine programs across P&WC's product range, allowing the company to continue to offer its customers the solutions they need and trust.
Pratt & Whitney Canada's PT6B-37A Engine Used for 25 New AgustaWestland AW119Kx Helicopters from Finmeccanica
Mar 10 16
Pratt & Whitney Canada reported its PT6B-37A turboshaft engine will power 25 new AgustaWestland AW119Kx helicopters from Finmeccanica through its contract with Sino-US. The helicopters will be operated by Kingwing General Aviation Co., which has established a dedicated emergency medical services (EMS) project entitled China Helicopter Air Ambulance supporting the Chinese EMS sector. The contract between Finmeccanica and Sino-US is part of a framework agreement for 60 AW119Kx aircraft to be acquired through to 2017.
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