New Delhi. 09 March 2020. Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), today announced the launch of its new India website showcasing the products and services it offers in India. The website features an overview of engines, presence in India, customer training, latest news, and investments and corporate social responsibility programs in the country. Whether learning about the engine families for the first time, or seeing how Pratt & Whitney is helping to connect families and support aviation growth in the region, the website demonstrates why Pratt & Whitney is a leader in aviation. Learn more about Pratt & Whitney in India at www.india.pw.utc.com.
“The Pratt & Whitney India site offers a better representation of our engine portfolio and its capabilities. Engaging with our customers, employees, partners and suppliers is a top priority for us, and this newly updated website will be used as an effective tool across our business functions to visually demonstrate our extensive engine portfolio and technology,” said Ashmita Sethi, managing director-Pratt & Whitney India.
For more than seven decades, Pratt & Whitney has been a trusted partner of India in providing game-changing technologies for the future. Today, Pratt & Whitney is committed to supporting more than 1,250 engines in service in the region. These include commercial aircraft powered by GTF, V2500 and PW100 engines, F117-powered C-17 transports and PT6A-25A-powered PC-7 trainers used by the Indian Air Force, and many small jets, helicopters and turboprops flown by governments, businesses and individuals throughout the country. Pratt & Whitney recently announced that Air India Engineering Services Limited will provide maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services in support of GTF engines and customers in India. In 2015, Pratt & Whitney opened its India Customer Training Center in Hyderabad with an aim to provide hands-on maintenance training to customers in the region. In 2019, the company opened its 100th eLearning Center where elementary-age children have access to high quality electronic education courses with a STEM emphasis.