Pratt & Whitney Signs EngineWise® Comprehensive Services Agreement with China Southern

SHANGHAI, November 8, 2019 – Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), today announced that China Southern Airlines signed a 12-year EngineWise® Comprehensive services agreement. The agreement will cover engine maintenance for China Southern’s fleet of 24 Pratt & Whitney GTF™ powered Airbus A320neo aircraft.

“We are thrilled to sign our first EngineWise services agreement with China Southern and help the airline to manage their engine fleet more efficiently," Yogesh Farswani president, Commercial Engines Customer Business, Greater China. “EngineWise is our commitment to integrate our engine expertise and fleet intelligence into services for our customers.”

Pratt & Whitney’s EngineWise service portfolio provides engine operators with a variety of aftermarket services to maximize engine performance and fleet availability. Visit for an interactive map of GTF MRO network providers and respective locations.


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