Saturday, January 9, 2010

The Boeing 787 does not use Pratt & Whitney engines.





Video General Electric GEnx-2b engine production line assembly (click on triangle)

Only General Electric GEnx-2b and Rolls Royce Trent 1000 engines available as options for the 787. I can't imagine a Boeing aircraft without Pratt & Whitney engines. I wonder why?

4 comments:

  1. THIS IS A CAN OF WORMS CAPT. YOU SEE THE PRESIDENT TOLD BOEING TO BUY AMERICAN ONLY FROM HIS GOOD FRIEND JEFFERY AT GE OR, WELL IT GETS COMPLICATED FROM HERE ON OUT, BUT IAM SURE YOU GET THE IDEA!

    CAPT. HAPPY TO SEE THAT YOUR STAYING BUSY.

    JERRY K. KOHL

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