PRATT & WHITNEY'S PROGRAM to develop replacement parts for the CFM56-3 "is on track," with FAA certification and availability of the first material expected in the first half of 2007, according to Matthew Bromberg, VP and GM of Global Material Solutions, the business unit established to create an alternate parts source for the world's most popular engine. When Pratt unveiled the program a year ago, it said it would develop 55 parts for the engine, which powers the 737 Classic series, ...

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