Pratt & Whitney wants to grow its presence in the maintenance, repair and overhaul aftermarket beyond powerplants, Global Service Partners Senior VP and GM Jim Keenan told ATWOnline this week in Hartford, Conn. Pratt aims "to broaden our portfolio to become a full-service MRO provider," he said. As a first step, it has developed a composite repair capability currently focused on nacelles and thrust reversers. It also is exploring the possibility of supporting wheels and brakes, landing ...

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