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ESA Ramps Up for GTF MRO

June 2019

Another Pratt milestone!

Last month, Eagle Services Asia (ESA) delivered its first PW1000G-series GTF™ engine after completing an overhaul, and in addition, ESA achieved US Federal Aviation Administration Certification.

These achievements come on the back of a nearly $85 million dollar investment to upgrade facilities at ESA in support of the growing GTF engine program. Brendon McWilliam (Sr. Dir. Aftermarket Operations) added, ”Modifications to the facility will improve productivity, reduce set up time and boost efficiency across operations. Current PW4000 engine customers will also benefit from these efficiencies.”

These are great accomplishments for ESA (a joint venture between ourselves and SIA Engineering Company) as they add to the capability of our shop and MRO network overall. Currently ESA has MRO capability for the PW1000G, PW4000 (all variants), the GE90 and Engine Alliance GP7200.

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