Airlines and lessors around the world are seeing dramatic economic and environmental benefits from the Pratt & Whitney GTF™ engine.
Barry Biffle, President and CEO of Frontier Airlines, talks about GTF's revolutionary technology and how the engine's efficiency supports the airline's move to be America's greenest airline.
“When we look out today at the most efficient way to move people across this country and near international, we think that the GTF-powered aircraft can provide that service.”
Breeze Airways founder and CEO David Neeleman talks how GTF technology enables longer routes with better operational performance and fuel efficiency.
“Airbus gets a lot of credit when they build an airplane, but I think the real credit for their airplane really is with Pratt & Whitney and this GTF — amazing technology.”
Powering the Future
“We believe the GTF engines will deliver the fuel savings, reduced environmental footprint, and quieter flight experience for our passengers that we have been looking forward to.”
“The role Pratt & Whitney has played in the development of this aircraft – and, in fact, all the great aircraft we’ve considered – is a testament to the company’s vision and its talented team. We look forward to the benefits the GTF will bring to our airline and to our customers.”
“We are proud to welcome our first GTF-powered A321neo aircraft to our growing fleet. We are convinced that the A321neo will be a game-changing aircraft for Wizz Air as we continue to grow and expand our market reach across and beyond Europe. This next-step technology will enable us to become a greener airline while lowering our operating costs.”