ITP Aero’s MRO facility in Ajalvir, Spain, has been designated as an overhaul facility for Pratt & Whitney Canada PW200 series turboshafts.
“As an independent company, this is a great opportunity for us,” said Pablo Fuentes, head of in-service support at ITP Aero. “We share strong synergies with Pratt & Whitney Canada, and...we believe there is great potential to further build on our shared capabilities.”
The PW200 family powers a range of light-twin helicopters that are used for emergency medical services, security and defense, utility, business, and other operations.
ITP Aero is the world's ninth-largest aircraft engine and components manufacturing company, with 4,500 employees and facilities in Spain, the UK, Mexico, Malta, and India. The company’s work includes research and development, manufacturing, assembly, and testing of aircraft engines, as well as MRO services for aerospace customers.