Pratt & Whitney Canada Invites PT6A and Turbofan Customers to Attend M&O Sessions at NBAA 2011
LAS VEGAS, Nev., Monday, October 3, 2011
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) is inviting owners, operators and maintenance personnel of its PT6A engines and PW300, PW500 and PW600 turbofan engines to attend maintenance and overhaul (M&O) sessions during the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) annual meeting and convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Monday, October 10, and Tuesday, October 11, respectively. P&WC is a United Technologies Corp. company (NYSE:UTX).
"These M&O sessions are part of our broader Customer Reach Out initiative and will provide a unique opportunity for our customers to meet with key people from the team responsible for supporting them," said Raffaele Virgili, Vice President, Customer Service, P&WC. "During the sessions, we will provide updates on the latest P&WC support initiatives, offer insights into P&WC maintenance recommendations and answer customer questions. In addition, as part of the turbofan M&O, we will demonstrate our new PW300 engine diagnostic tool, powered by Spotlight."
The turbofan M&O will be held Monday, October 10, in room N264, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; and the PT6A M&O session will be held Tuesday, October 11, in room N262, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Come and see us at NBAA, Hall N, booth no. 5633: Interested operators are invited to drop by the P&WC booth to speak with a customer service representative.
About Pratt & Whitney Canada
Founded in 1928, and a global leader in aerospace, Pratt & Whitney Canada is shaping the future of business aviation with dependable, high-technology engines. Every second, a P&WC-powered aircraft takes off or lands somewhere in the world. P&WC's engines, with more than 570 million hours in the air, are the industry benchmark for innovative design, dispatch reliability, operating economics and easy maintenance. P&WC is firmly committed to ensuring that its products are designed, produced and operated while minimizing environmental impacts throughout their life cycle.
There are currently more than 47,000 engines in service on over 25,000 aircraft operated by some 10,000 operators in 200 countries. The most extensive support network in the industry, which includes more than 30 company-owned and -designated service facilities, supports this global fleet.
P&WC has been taking front-line services to the next level with its Customer First Centre (CFirst). CFirst brings together a multidisciplinary and multilingual support team to resolve issues so that customers can return to service quickly. CFirst handles more than 100,000 contacts every year.
Based in Longueuil, Quebec (Canada), P&WC is a United Technologies Corp. company (NYSE:UTX). UTC is a diversified company providing high-technology products and services to the global aerospace and building industries.