GKN Aerospace has full responsibility for design, development and manufacture of the intermediate case and turbine exhaust case as well as manufacturing the LP shaft. GKN Aero also is a partner in the GTF engine Risk-Revenue Sharing Program.
In the Future of Flight
Pratt & Whitney is proud to partner with several industry-leading aerospace companies. Each partner plays a unique role in the development and delivery of the Geared Turbofan™ engine family.
ITP is a Risk-Revenue Sharing Collaborator for the GTF family of engines. ITP is responsible for the manufacture of structures and tubes for the engine family, and also collaborates in the engineering and maintenance of the engine.
Japanese Aero Engines Corporation is a joint venture in which Kawasaki, Mitsubishi, and Ishikawajima Harima have put together their engine activities in conjunction with their participation in IAE, the international V2500 engine consortium.
MTU Aero Engine, a Risk-Revenue Sharing Collaborator, holds a 15-percent stake in the GTF engine. The company is responsible for manufacturing forward stages of the high-pressure compressor and for the high-speed low-pressure turbine (LPT).
SIA Engineering Company is part of the GTF engine Risk-Revenue Sharing Program (RRSP) for the Bombardier* CSeries* and the Mitsubishi Regional Jet. Eagle Services Asia, a joint venture between Pratt & Whitney and SIAEC, will be the first engine center in the global RRSP MRO networks for the PW1500 engine, the GTF variant that will power the Bombardier CSeries.