Delta TechOps (DTO) will provide additional offload support for Pratt & Whitney mature commercial engines, including the PW2000 and the PW4000-94 engines, according to an extended agreement.
“With passenger air travel recovering and the importance of cargo to the global economy, it is imperative that our engines stay in peak operational condition to keep fleets flying reliably and safely and to ensure everyone and everything gets to where it needs to go,” said Joe Sylvestro, senior vice president of Aftermarket & Sustainment Operations at Pratt & Whitney. “We are excited to be expanding our working relationship with Delta TechOps.”
Delta TechOps, MRO provider for both mature commercial engine and GTF engine fleets, has a long-standing collaborative relationship with Pratt & Whitney. It’s MRO headquarters is in Atlanta and it has other locations in the United States.
The contract signing took place at the recently concluded MRO Americas.
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