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TURKEY’S TRJet SELECTS P&WC FOR REGIONAL FLIGHTS

P&WC will provide PW100 derivative engines for the TRP328TM turboprop aircraft operated by TRJet, an aviation company based in Ankara, Turkey. TRJet has asked P&WC to develop a derivative of its PW127 engine to provide heightened performance over the PW119 engine that powered the original 328 aircraft which entered into service in 1993.

P&WC will provide PW100 derivative engines for the TRP328TM turboprop aircraft operated by TRJet, an aviation company based in Ankara, Turkey. TRJet has asked P&WC to develop a derivative of its PW127 engine to provide heightened performance over the PW119 engine that powered the original 328 aircraft which entered into service in 1993.

TRJet is a subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) which has carved a reputation in the industry for innovative and effective aviation solutions. The PW100 turboprop engine is the proven airline benchmark for low fuel consumption on the shorter routes of 350 miles or less. PW100 powered airline turboprops consume 25 to 40 per cent less fuel and produce up to 50 per cent fewer CO2 emissions than similar-sized regional jets. As a result, many airlines are renewing their fleets with PW100-powered aircraft.

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P&WC AND UKRAINIAN MANUFACTURER ANTONOV SIGN MOU

P&WC and Antonov have signed a Memorandum of Agreement to provide the Ukrainian airframe OEM’s AN-132 aircraft production program with PW150A turboprop engines. The AN-132 is intended for short and medium-haul routes, with varied use, from troop transport to cargo.

P&WC and Antonov have signed a Memorandum of Agreement to provide the Ukrainian airframe OEM’s AN-132 aircraft production program with PW150A turboprop engines. The AN-132 is intended for short and medium-haul routes, with varied use, from troop transport to cargo.

The AN-132  will have a maximum cruising speed of 500 km/h and a maximum cruising altitude of 9,000 m, with a maximum payload of 9.2 t. Antonov projects a potential market for the aircraft of 200 units between 2019 and 2025. The PW150A engine is part of the PW100 engine family which offers the lowest fuel consumption and carbon emissions in the regional turboprop market and incorporates the latest, proven advanced technologies.

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Evolutionary Engineering

At P&WC, we pride ourselves on developing regional turboprop engine technologies that change how the world flies… and how it breathes. Every single improvement to our engines’ fuel efficiency means a reduction in CO2 emissions. Every airline that chooses to fly short and medium-haul routes with aircraft equipped with our cutting-edge turboprop engines brings the planet a little closer. And now we’re taking the next big step…

At P&WC, we pride ourselves on developing regional turboprop engine technologies that change how the world flies… and how it breathes. Every single improvement to our engines’ fuel efficiency means a reduction in CO2 emissions. Every airline that chooses to fly short and medium-haul routes with aircraft equipped with our cutting-edge turboprop engines brings the planet a little closer. And now we’re taking the next big step…

Our P&WC PW100 family of engines have fueled the growth of regional aviation for over three decades. But this is just the beginning.

P&WC’s NGRT (Next Generation Regional Turboprop) engine is ready for entry into service. The NGRT is a totally new centerline engine that will deliver more than 20% improvement in fuel efficiency over today's fleet – and a double-digit reduction in maintenance costs. It features a revolutionary new compressor and a state-of-the-art propeller and nacelle, among its many cutting-edge technologies, materials and manufacturing processes.

The NGRT is highly scalable, allowing P&WC to create a new family of engines to cover the 4,500 shp to 8,000 shp envelope, making it ideal for the 90-seat aircraft range – a segment poised for strong demand over the next decade and beyond.

At P&WC, our success stems from more than pure technological innovation. It’s driven by the desire to help our customers fly better, fly safer and fly more efficiently than ever before.  

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