Pratt & Whitney Canada has signed a 15-year on-condition fleet maintenance program (FMP) with NetJets for the PW306D turbofans that will power the Cessna Citation Latitudes that the fractional ownership operator will begin flying in 2016. With the on-condition FMP, there are no hard-time intervals for hot-section inspections or overhauls, offering what P&WC describes as new levels of flexibility to the operator. Instead, P&WC evaluates each engine enrolled in the FMP and makes maintenance decisions based on how the engine is performing.
NetJets/P&WC Sign 15-Year Citation Maintenance Program
- June 20, 2012, 12:15 PM