Pratt and Whitney Wins Additional $339 Million To Build F-35 engines

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Pratt and Whitney Wins Additional $339 Million To Build F-35 engines
F135 aircraft engine (Image: UAC)

Pratt & Whitney has been awarded an additional $339 million to a previous contract to build engines for the Department of Defense’s (DoD) F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft program.

The company has been contracted to build spare engines, spare modules and spare parks to support the terms of the existing contract, according to a DoD release Wednesday.

The work should be completed by 2020.

The awarded funds stem from an order Pratt & Whitney obtained by the DoD in February. 

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