Pratt & Whitney expects approval for GTF engine on A220 jet in spring

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MONTREAL (Reuters) – A software update for the GTF engine on the A220 jet is expected in the spring, pending regulatory approval, Graham Webb, vice president of Pratt & Whitney commercial engine programs said on Wednesday.

Checks were ordered on the GTF on the Airbus plane last year following engine failures on aircraft operated by Lufthansa (DE:) subsidiary Swiss.

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