Pratt & Whitney’s Singapore Engine Center Completes First GTF™ Engine MRO

©P&W GTF engine on automated transporter

Eagle Services Asia, Pratt & Whitney’s engine center in Singapore, marks its first PW1100G-JM GTF™ engine overhaul. It also achieved FAA certification in March 2019, adding to approvals received from EASA and CAAS in late 2018.

This milestone shows that the facility is progressing on track with ramping up for GTF overhauls. In January 2019, Pratt & Whitney announced the successful induction of the first GTF engine at Eagle Services Asia. To accommodate the GTF MRO capability in its existing capacity, the facility retrofitted and re-designed its shop floor, as well as upgraded its test cell infrastructure and software. Over 2019, it will transition to a ground-based flow-line.

Now equipped with MRO capability for the GTF engine, Pratt & Whitney’s Singapore engine center today is able to accommodate six (6) engine types, namely PW4000-94, PW4000-100, PW4000-112, GE90, GP7200 and PW1100G-JM.

The facility is a member in the global network of MRO facilities that service Pratt & Whitney’s GTF engines.

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