Come and see us at EAA, booth 2132, Hangar B
Operators are invited to drop by P&WC's booth to speak with a customer service representative.
About Beechcraft Corporation
Beechcraft Corporation designs, builds and supports versatile and globally renowned aircraft, including the King Air turboprops, piston-engine Baron and Bonanza, and the T-6 trainer and AT-6 light attack military aircraft. Its 5,400 highly skilled employees are focused on continuously improving the company's products and services which are sold to individuals, businesses and governments worldwide. In business since 1932, Beechcraft has built more than 54,000 aircraft and more than 36,000 continue flying today. It leads the industry with a global network of more than 90 factory-owned and authorized service centers. The company's headquarters and major manufacturing facilities are located in Wichita, Kansas. For more information, visit beechcraft.com or follow us on Twitter @Beechcraft.
About Pratt & Whitney Canada
Founded in 1928 and a global leader in aerospace, P&WC is shaping the future of aviation with dependable, high-technology engines. Based in Longueuil, Quebec (Canada), P&WC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation Corporation (UTC). UTC is a diversified company that provides a broad range of high-technology products and services to the global aerospace and building systems industries.
Gas turbine engine repair/overhaul, component repairs/sale/exchanges, accessory repair and overhaul, mobile repair teams, spare engine support, engine pay-per-hour programs, engine diagnostics and...
Under this agreement, P&WC will provide HBS with comprehensive engine support, including repair, hot section inspection and overhaul, for PT6A-powered Beechcraft King Air turboprops, PW305B-powered...
As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations, 10 PT6-powered aircraft will be displayed in the heart of EAA Conoco Phillips Plaza, during PT6 Engine Celebration Day on Wednesday, July 31.
This contract covers the upgrade of the renowned Viking Twin Otter DHC-6 aircraft with the installation of new PT6A-27 and PT6A-34 engines.