Pratt & Whitney Canada’s two-hour M&O session this afternoon will focus on the PW300 turbofan engine series and include an in-depth customer service update. The briefing will begin at 1 p.m. in Room B306 with an in-service update of the PW305, PW306 and PW308 engine models along with the newest PW300 family member, the PW307A for the Dassault Falcon 7X.
Presenters will review fleet statistics and current in-service activity on the various engines, to be followed by the customer service update. This update will concentrate on the latest P&WC service initiatives, including the newly launched “Customer First” operation, field support organizations, engine diagnostics, prognostics and health management services, parts distribution network and publications initiatives.
Service engineering representatives taking the podium will include Tom Milligan for the PW305, Glenn Howard covering the PW306 and David Dalgleish for the PW307 and PW308 families.