Pratt & Whitney executives are defending the PW1100G, insisting the engine startup restrictions and associated software problems that bedeviled the Airbus A320neo’s entry into service (EIS) are now fixed. Speaking to reporters at events surrounding United Technologies Corp.’s (UTC) Media Days June 6-7 in East Hartford, Connecticut, executives from UTC and subsidiaries Pratt and UTC Aerospace Systems found themselves diverting from presentations on geared turbofan (GTF) ...

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