Pratt & Whitney has gained FAA certification for two variants of its geared turbofan (GTF) engine, the PW1200G and PW1900G. The PW1200G powers the Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. MRJ. Four MRJ90 aircraft are in flight testing in the US, while a fifth is conducting test flights in Japan. The PW1900G powers Embraer E-Jet E2 aircraft, including four E190-E2s and one E195-E2 aircraft that are currently in flight testing in Brazil. The two variants are the third and fourth GTF engines to gain FAA ...

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