TAM placed an order for V2500s to power 11 A319s and four A321s, IAE partners Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney announced yesterday. The deal includes a V2500Select aftermarket services package and is worth $160 million in business to each engine maker. Japanese Aero Engines Corp. and MTU Aero Engines also are part of IAE. The Brazilian carrier firmed an order for 37 Airbus aircraft and 12 options earlier this month (ATWOnline, Nov. 17). It currently operates 38 V2500-powered A320 family ...

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