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April 7, 2014
15:03 EDTUTX, EADSYUnited Technologies unit to provide engines for 30 more Lufthansa A320neos
Lufthansa has selected PurePower PW1100G-JM engines from Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies (UTX), for an additional 30 Airbus (EADSY) A320neo family aircraft. This order will bring the total number of PW1100G-JM engine-powered aircraft in Lufthansa's fleet to 60, Pratt & Whitney said. Deliveries are scheduled to start in 2019 and continue through 2021.
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May 21, 2015
06:52 EDTEADSYAirbus would consider leaving UK if Britain exits EU, Guardian says
Airbus head of UK division, Paul Kahn, stated that the company would reconsider its investment in Britain if the country exits the EU, reports the Guardian, citing Paul Kahn. Reference Link
May 20, 2015
06:06 EDTUTX, EADSYUnited Technologies in talks to sell Sikorsky unit, WSJ reports
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May 19, 2015
07:18 EDTUTXElectric Products Group to hold a conference
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May 15, 2015
18:40 EDTUTXPratt & Whitney awarded $105M government contract modification
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12:54 EDTEADSYAirbus to partner with Indian company in $2B deal, Defense News says
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08:24 EDTEADSYStandex awarded contract from Airbus for A320neo aircraft
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May 12, 2015
09:19 EDTUTXBombardier teams up with Pratt & Whitney
Bombardier announced that it has teamed up with Pratt & Whitney to develop and implement a data management service for the CSeries aircraft - part of the overall Bombardier Aircraft Health Management System, or AHMS, capable of transmitting real-time and recorded data from the aircraft. The AHMS will facilitate remote troubleshooting and deliver efficient and accurate diagnostics for use by maintenance and flight crews. Under this agreement, Pratt & Whitney's eFAST system will be the infrastructure unit used to perform data transmissions from the CSeries aircraft's on-board Health Management Unit to the ground. Along with Bombardier, they will make up the data acquisition structure which will automatically download, process and store data that will be available for upload to respective customer portals. Pratt & Whitney's is a subsidiary of United Technologies .
09:07 EDTUTXPratt & Whitney signs data management service agreement with Bombardier
Bombardier (BDRBF) announced that it has teamed up with Pratt & Whitney, a United Technologies (UTX) company, to develop and implement a data management service for the CSeries aircraft - part of the overall Bombardier Aircraft Health Management System, or AHMS, capable of transmitting real-time and recorded data from the aircraft. The AHMS will facilitate remote troubleshooting and deliver efficient and accurate diagnostics for use by maintenance and flight crews. Under this agreement, Pratt & Whitney's eFAST system will be the infrastructure unit used to perform data transmissions from the CSeries aircraft's on-board Health Management Unit, or HMU, to the ground. Along with Bombardier, they will make up the data acquisition structure which will automatically download, process and store data that will be available for upload to respective customer portals.
06:51 EDTUTXFinmeccanica not interested in bidding for Sikorsky, Reuters reports
Finmeccanica said yesterday that it is not interested in bidding for United Technologies' Sikorsky unit, Reuters reports. United Technologies is considering its options for Sikorsky, including whether to spin the unit off. Reference Link
May 11, 2015
16:32 EDTEADSYAirbus A400M may have experienced engine failure, FT says
The crew of the Airbus (EADSY) A400M that crashed Saturday reported a technical difficulty just minutes before the crash, and Der Spiegel claimed the aircraft experienced multiple engine failure, reports the Financial Times, citing people close to the crash investigation. The Rolls Royce (RYCEY) consortium responsible for the plane's engines referred questions to Airbus. Reference Link

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